The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 13No. 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940
JED B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball
Monday, Gains Public Acclaim
PRICE 10 CENTS
s
4
London (WNS) Rumania's
lum-like policies swung com-
'. OVor I" till' A\i- powers
the announcement from Bu-
tt that King Carol had dis-
i i the Party of National Re-
and organized a new total-
itarian "Party of the Nation."
anti-Semitism one of its prin-
cipal features.
announcement that King
had transformed Rumania
i totalitarian state with him-
supreme head comes shortly
the release from prison
of all anti-Semitic, pro-
Iron Guardists. The Ruman-
monarch, who now becomes
luntry's dictator, was in con-
ferenci several times with the
nan minister.
The Party of the Nation, con-
structed along Nazi-Fascist lines,
will be "nationalistic. Christian
;.:,il racial." The new decree ex-
Jews from the economic and
political life of the country.
Rumanian Jews will not be per-
mitted to hold state jobs, accept
military positions or sit on boards
' directors of private or public
corporations, It was reliably re-
ported that all trades, industries
and professions "ill be national-
shortly,
Rumania has a Jewish popula-
of approximately 600.000, of
whom about 250.000 were dena-
tionalized by the Citizenship Re-
vision Law of 1938. The outright
i of the pro-Nazi Iron
Guardists led Jewish circles here
i the outbreak of new anti-
ic riots and pogroms. It
was reported also that many Iron
G lardists, who had fled to Ger-
are now returning to Ku-
mania.
o
Several thousand dollars is ex-|a" expectations.
l-tedt,MUhrai-,,ia;theculmin- "1 ,, Mwyi.-. ^ ,,,._
' '"' of thee weeks intensive Aronovitz. "it is necessary to go
efforts by Sholem Lodge, B'nai int......tads and explain LSions
B"th,,n iu sponsorship, on July abroad, nor is it necessary to em-
1st, oi the Humanity Ball." phasize how fortunate we in this
be turned over to the American gations and duties in this emer-
Red Cross Refuge* Fund. gency ,nsist of ,,. .,.,
The entire membership ha- en- the American Red Cross is some-
rolled ... the drive to dispose Of thing that we are all aware of.
tickets, and together with the I would like to call the attention
Humanity Ball committee chair- the public to the fact that in
maned by Abe Aronovitz and as- fund-raising affairs the name of
sisted by R. R. Adler. Mathew S. the Red Cross cannot be used un-
Handle,- Sam Blank. Leo Eisen- less the entire gross poceeds ae
stem. I.;,ve Emnier. Sol Gold- turned over to them. All of our
strorn. Hum Grossman. A. Louis expenses are either being contri-
McClowitz. Sam B. Miller, and buted or borne by Sholem Lodge,
Frederick Shochet, are making a sponsor of this affair. Taking all
concert,,! effort in the final few this into consideration, we must
days prior to the event, which will face the facts, shoulder the bur-
beju-ld at ( ivfc Center, to exceed den, and thank God for the privi-
T0 BREAK GROUND FOR
l4L HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL
First shovelful of dirt in the
$2.~0,000 building program of the
South Florida Crippled Children's
Hospital and S.hool will be turned
al 5 p. m.. Thursday, July 4, as a j
part of the observance of the Na- |
ll holiday.
Members of the hospital board,
its -pdii-ius. organizations and in-
dividuals from all of the ten
counties of the South Florida dis-
trict extending from Vero Beach
to Key West, are invited to at-
' nd the ceremonies which are the
first step toward a dream come
. true.
H James Donn will be master of
-_,J ""monies and the Hon. J. Mark
wilcox, former congressman from
the Fourth Florida district, will
make the address.
A bugler will sound "To the
Colors." The Dade County Hon-
or Guard will advance and retire
the colors. Boy Scouts of America
Will lead in the Salute- to the Flag.
Adolph Seerth will lead in sing-
ing the National Anthem and
God Bless America." Rev. Ed-
ward Stathem, Delray Beach, De-
partment Commander, Department
Of Florida America Legion, will
Pronounce the invocation. Imme-
diately following Mr. Wilcox'a ad-
uress the ceremony of ground
'leaking will be staged.
lege of being able to d i our par;." ---------
Civic, social religious and ser- London WNS)While Fn
vice organizations of the commun- Jews. and G.mn"1 refugees sough
ity have joined with B'nai B'rith
Lodge, and are cooperating to
make the affair succi ssful.
Tickets are available from any-
one of the committee, and may al-
so be obtained by calling :i-4747
or 3-7768.
to flee fallen France, the Nazi-
controlled Fr> ncl radio
launched a violent anti-semitic
campaign, urging Frenchmen to
unite with their Nazi conquerors
to annihilate French Ji u -.
The Nazi dominated French
(EDITORIAL)
i;A Wandering Jew"
An old Jew was slowl) trudging down the dusty road. What little cloth he had
on his back were unkempt. He had a long white beard and seemed bent fr. fatigue.
Perspiration dripped from his brow and bis countenance bore a look of d pair and
defeat. He was leaving his City. He was leaving his Country. It was ju t like being
reborn at 7.' years of age. Patriarch that he was, he bore his fate unfli: hingly. He
as marching on the quicksands of time into an unknown destiny. There behind him
in the year 1815 was Spain. It mattered not if this Jew had helped to build this beau-
tiful land with all its religious cathedrals, nor did anyone care about the hardships and
the pain and suffering perpetrated upon the family of this pious old Jew. There was
Something saintly in the altering, quivering old man. for beside him was his seven
year old grandchild. As he stooped over in his feeble way to help the boy. his strength
gave out and he collapsed, but was able to go on mumbling in Yiddish, "My child, our
Jews have suffered but e have been the Redeemers of the world by the tortures e
have borne for mankind. You are a child now. Look down the road. Thousands upon
thousands are marching to tind a homeland. They are fleeing to a landthey know
not wherewithout food or drink; beaten, struck and trod upon. Your grandchild must
live in a better world. You are to build by your life a symbol to the end that your
grandchild may have freedom of worship as God sees fit to give, and the pursuit of
happiness, in addition to these the freedom of education, lite and property. May God
grant you and all our brethren peace." And so the old man passed away.
s-evcnty-tive years have elapsed since his death. The grandchild then, in the
transition of life, has become the grandfather, and now by the grace of good fortune,
Ome of the lineal descendants came to these shores a score ol years ago. These are
even as you and all our people in this country. The years 1938, 1939 and 19-10 shall
he indelibly impressed in the hearts, souls and minds of every Jew in the world. How
true were the words ol the old Jew seeking surceuse from the Spanish Inquisition.
Said he. "We are the Redeemers of the world by the tortures we suffer." Millions,
not thousands, of our people are scattered throughout Europe, without food or clothing,
wounded and infected with diseaseafraid to exercise their God-given right to even
seek the sustenance of life. There was no American Bed Cross to help the old Jew in
the Spanish Inquisition, but today, as a beacon of hope to light the skies of humanity,
she is there, asking no questions as to race, creed or color, but doing job of humanity.
What a grand heritage we may build for ourselves as a symbol that we of Miami have
not been found wanting; that we think in terms of ourselves as Americans willing to
give up not thousands of dollars individually, just the price of a cigar a day. or per-
haps we would be willing to forego an ice-cream soda that some human being, who
but for the grace of God, may have been one of us. might be kept from starving.
Your opportunity is here. You may be one of those the old man referred to, "The
Redeemers of the World."
Our B'nai B"rith has a Humanitv Ball. Sunday, July 1. 1940 at the Civic Center.
Make up a party. Bring your friendsthat the tears of those suffering may be less.
Yours is the chance to be the richer. ,
E Albert Pallet, chairman of '"'"s> char8"ed *" 'he Jewi
the entertainment division of the Precipitated the war which
affair assures those attending an l"'"l"-'ht Fran i to her knees and
elaborate program consisting of: l"',-"',l Frenchmen i to
Virginia Gibson, from Ben Mar- Pen their eyes "' t!'<- '"'
den's Riviera: Avon Sisters, from "ls "' th Jewi8h Journalists and
Leon & Eddie's, and the Three Ex- l"'l"k,a"s-" The advised
Gentlemen, through the courtesy tm' French people to unite with
of the Paddock Club; Harry Rose Germans "to drive Jews out of
and carol and Marsh through the France^ and to confiscate their
courtesy of the Belmont Club; the wealth."
LaMarrs, rhumba and conga Diplomatic circles here believed
Team, courtesy of Club Bali. that the Nazis, with the help of
- the French Fascist appeasement
bloc, will attempt to divert the
minds of the French public from
the bitter Nazi peace terms by at-
' tributing*the plight of France to
the Jews.
Meanwhile, reports wen re
ceived here of Utter panic and eon
fusion in Bordeaux and Toulosi
where hundreds of thousands, in
eluding many .lews, had fed i
the hope of escaping the Nazi ter-
ror. An eye witness reports con-
ditions in both cities as "fright-
ful."
Thousands of .lews fled to Tou-
lose where the local Jewish relief
committees were said to be unable
to cope with the great influx of
Jews from Paris and other parts
of France. Toulose was said to be
even more overcrowded than Bor-
deaux.
Many Jews were reported to
have committed suicide ill Toulose
when they learned that the new
French Government has agreed to
the Nazi peace terms. Many oth-
ers sought to reach Spain 01 Por-
tugal. _
New Group to
Restrict Vote
New York (WNS)The Ameri-
can-by-Statesmanship Crusade for
the Restricted Franchise, de-
scribed as a new Fascist organi-
zation, is distributing throughout
the United States a 'Manifest"
urging that the majority of Amer-
ican citizens be deprived of the
right to vote, according to The
Hour, anti-Fascist weekly.
The manifesto exhorts all "intel-
ligent Gentile people" to join in a
crusade against "Equality, Frater-
nity, etc.." the anti-Fascist pub-
lication stated. The manifesto,
strongly anti-Semitic, implies that
among the "inferiors" who should
be deprived of the right to vote
are the Jewish people, who ''have
organized a state within our state
which has corrupted Christian
economies."
The Hour pointed out that the
address of the new organization,
according to its own stationery,
is 218 East 86th Street, N. Y. C.
which is also the address of the
Hamburg-American and the North
German Lloyd Steamship lines.


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FACE TWO
THE JEWISH rLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 19ig
31

KAY U. SHOCHET^Society Editor
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LEAVE
OK NORTH
Mrs. Max Steuer accompanied
f her children will leave Sunday
I train for Long Island and the
,Jcw York mountains where they
will visit for the summer.
*
RETURN TO
MIAMI
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz returned
to the city from New York where
ke attended the American Med-
ical Association Convention, and
rlsited relatives and friends. His
daughter Arlene, who accompanied
him, remained in New York.

VISITING
HERE
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Ehrens of
Long Island. New York, are visit-
ing in Miami for a short vacation.
Mrs. Ehrens is the former Ruth
Axelrod of Miami.

RETURN TO
II AM I BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer re-
ntly returned to the city from a
isit to New York.

LEAVE
FOR TRIP
Mrs. S. Kenholz and daughter
Helene left for New York and the
mountains for a two months' visit.
Mr. Kenholz will join them in
August.

OBSERVE
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
re receiving congratulations from
their many friends upon the ob-
servance of their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary Thursday,
June 20th.
SEWING
MACHINES NEEDED
Electric sewing machines are be-
ing requested by the volunteer
INTERNES
IN NEW YORK
Dr. Simon M. Lipton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Lipton, graduated in
workers who are sewing in the June from Middlesex School of
vestry room of Temple Israel for
the Red Cross. Sewing classes take
place every Monday morning at
9:30 o'clock, and anyone having a
machine that is available or not
being used is requested to contact
the sewing committee at 2-7745.
If these cannot be delivered, they
will gladly be called for.
BENEFIT TO
BE GIVEN
Mrs. David H. Lcvine will be
hostess to a bingo party to be held
Wednesday evening, July 3rd at
8:00 o'clock at her home. 71(5 Al-
hambra Circle. Coral Gables. The
proceeds of this affair will go to
the Harry and Anna Miller Crip-
pled Children's Home of Umatilla,
Fla. Assisting the chairman will
be Mesdames E. E. Simmons. Jules
Wilson, Hatty Klinordlinger and
S. Ehrlich.

CELEBRATE
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
celebrated their second wedding
anniversary at a family gathering
at their home. 1802 S. W. 17th St.
Sunday. June 23rd. Refreshments
and (lancing were enjoyed.

ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sonnenklar
of Brooklyn, New York, ennounce
the engagement of their daughter
Shirley to Kenneth Warschoff,
son of Mrs. Frances R. Warschoff,
of Miami, and Mr. David S. Wars-
choff of Nassau.
GOING^OURWAY?
Medicine, visited here with his
parent* for several weeks and left
; Wednesday for New York where
ihe will interne at the Harbor Ros-
1 pital in Brooklyn, New York.

ELECT
OFFICERS
At the meeting held Tuesday
evening of the Workmen's Circle
, Branch fi'.2 election of officers for
the coming year was held. Harry
Rose was elected president. Morris
Jacobs, financial secretary. Mrs.
' Anna Levonson, recording secre-
tary; David Gross, treasurer, and
Hyman I-aibson and Boris Rif-
Ikind, hospitalers for Miami Beach
and Miami respectively. Elected
to social service committee wire
Mrs. Morris Jacobs and Boris Rif-
1 kind, and to the executive board.
Charles Lefko, Sam Kahn, Ben
Silver. Abe Solomon. Henry Seit-
lin, Mrs. B. Rifkind. and Mrs. J,
Siegal.
The Circle is sponsoring a Moon-
light sail July 4th aboard the
Yacht Biscayne, leaving Pier 7
'at 0:30 p. m. sharp. Tickets are
fifty cents per person and all mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend.
LEAVE
FOR NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of
Miami Beach will leave for a visit
to New York, the mountains and
Atlantic Beach. They will return
to the city in the fall.

VISIT
NEW YORK
Mrs. Sadie W'einberg and daugh-
ter Jeanne will leave Friday for
New York where they will visit
for several months with relatives
and friends. Mrs. Weinherg's son
Howard in New York at present
will leave for Camp Dellwood in
New Jersey July 1.

MARRIAGE
HELD
The wedding of Mrs. Nellie V.
Arky to Mr. Abe Weiner was held
Sunday in Beth Jacob Synagojjue
with Rabbi Moses M.-scheloff of-
ficiating. Only the immediate
family and close friends were pres-
ent.

MIAMI
RESIDENT DIES
Joseph Leopold Kaufman. 71. of
:>i N. E. 5th Street died Tuesday
in a Miami hospital after a long
illness. An apartment hotel own-
er, he came to Miami 11 years ago
from Paterson, N. J. and is a
member of the Masonic I->.ijr.- an 1
Beth David Congregation, He is
survived by the widow. Mrs. Rose
Kaufman, four daughters. Mrs.
Benjamin Weinstock and Mrs.
May Gordon, both of Miami; Mrs.
Dora Garfunkel of Brooklyn. N.
Y.. and Mrs. Beatrice Friedman
of Paterson. Funeral services were
conducted Wednesday ill the Miami
Jewish Funeral Hume with burial
following in Woodlawn I'ark cemo-
etery,
The Modern
Diesel-electric
Way
NEW, FASTER SERVICE
SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL
24 HOURS ss minutes TO NEW YORK
THAN PAST WINTER
Air-conditioned, rerlining-seat coaches, Pullman cars, lounge or,
modern, Diesel-electric locomotives. New, smooth-riding comfort. No
jolu, no jerks, no squeaks, no rattles. Leaves Miami daily 10:30 A.M.
SILVER METEOR-DeLuxe coach streamliner. Diesel-electric pow-
red. Comfortable, reclining seat reserved for every passenger. Steward-
eu-nurse. Dining car. tavern car, lounge-observation car. Radio enter-
tainment. Leaves Miami daily 10:00 A.M. New, improved schedule
Southbound Iv. New York 2:20 I'M., Washington 6:50 P.M.
NEW YORK-FLORIDA LIMITED-Rerlining-seat coaches, Pullman
cars, lounge car. Lv. Miami daily 9:00 P.M.
Consult IT. Lnckett, A.G.P.A., Seaboard Railway,
173 East Fierier Street. Miami. Phtne 2-3125
ALL EXPENSE TO I RS TO N. Y. WOKLliS FAIR via SEABOARD
Economical. Complete. Ask any travel Agent.
TRAVEL NOW TAKE A YEAR TO PAY
Easy to Arrange. No Red Tape- Ask Seaboard Ticket Agent
CENTER
SPONSORS PARTY
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
at Euclid Avenue and Fourteenth
Place will hold a mah jong and
card party in the garden of the
Cuter Sunday evening. June 30,
Tickets are now on sale at fifty
cents each. Mrs. Helen Schon-
feld, as social chairman, is in
charge of the affair. Her assist-
ants are: Refreshment commit-
tee, Mrs. Pauline Rosenbluth. Mrs.
Sarah Meyer Berman, Mrs. S. W.
Ritch, Mrs. Max Fisbein. Mrs. Rose
Ginsberg. Hostesses: Mrs. Rose
Ginsberg, Miss Blanche Kolsby,
Miss Anita Cohen. Miss Doris
Cole, Miss Betty Rich. Mr. Lester
Ginsberg, Miss Ruth Shapiro.
Publicity committee: Mrs. S Kols-
by, Mrs. H. Shapiro, Mrs. Flora
Fein. Mrs. S. Kluinberg. Mrs. R.
Ginsberg. Mrs. E. J. Cohen. Miss
Mae Sussman. Table and games
committee: Mrs. E. J. Cohen. Mrs.
I.ipshitz. Ticket sales: Mrs. Eve-
lyn Owens, Miss Mae Sussman.

KEITKNS
TO CITY
Mrs. Blanche Strauss returned
to the city, after having spent
some time with friends and rela-
tives in Baltimore.

STAFF OFFICER
IN MIAMI
Miss Gertrude Pinski of the na-
tional staff of the Council of Jew-
ish Women ig in Miami and may
be seai at the Council ofica.
TAKE
TRIP
Mr. Max Rappaport accompan-
ied by his daughter Charlotte.
left Tuesday for New Jersey and
New York where they will visit
for several months,

SPINOZA
GROUP MEETS
Moses Maimondes was the topi.
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's lecture
before the Spinoza forum Satur-
day afternoon marking the sixth
lecture on the Golden Age of the
Spanish Jews. Next Saturday af-
ternoon the Spinoza forum will
meet as usual on the lawn at 1069
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach and
Dr. Wolfson will continue the
story of the life and works of
[Maimonides. The forum will con-
tinue their Saturday ^afternoon
sessions throughout the summer.

VACATION
IN NORTH
Mrs. Nathan Pritzker will leave
Saturday for several months visit-
ing her children and family in
New York. New Haven and Hart-
ford.
EDDIE'S TIRE
SHOP
Hr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary
Proprietors
Super Full Circle
Ketreading and Vulcanizing
Used Tires-Bargains
Road Service
400-15 Fiat Tires
The Only Place in Town
ho Makes Them
1301 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-0673
ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Miss Josepl
Raxin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Samuel Raxin, to Louis Adli r.
son of Mrs. Samuel Adler of Mi-
ami and Mr. Samuel Adler of
Newberg, N. Y., is being an-
nounced by her parents. M
Raxin graduated from Bra
High School, attended Broo
College, graduated from Brooklyn
Academy of Music, and is an .
complished pianist. She is active
in the National Council of Jewish
Juniors having served as vice pres-
ident and secretary; in Junior Ha-
dassah and other social organiza-
tions, and was elected Queen Es-
ther at the Purim Ball sponsored
by the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. Mr. Adler attend-
ed New York Military Academy,
Manual Training at Brooklyn B
Tech and is at present connected
with the Fleischer Studios. The
marriage will take place shortly.

SUCCUMBS TO
LONG ILLNESS
Jeanette Serkin, 13 years old,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bei
min Serkin. of 2776 N. W. 62nd
St., succumbed to a long illness
Tuesday in a Miami hospital. A
native Miamian, she is sum
by her parents and six brothers,
Charles. Solomon. Bernie,. Manuel.
Isidore and Reubin. Funeral r-
vices were conducted Wednesday
in the Miami Jewish Funeral
Home with interment following
in Woodlawn Park Cemetery #
. .
COUNCIL LEADER
TAKES TRIP
Mr<. Benjamin LeVine
daughters. Natalie and Micl
Marilyn will leave this week
a six week's stay in ChicaK". where
they will visit relative- .,
friends. Mrs. LeVine is pn
of the National Council of Jev
Women.
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 3-0828
30* N. W- 16th Ave.
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles
clothing, furniture, etc, tht
aj not being- used or m
iiiease cooperate with the i
alee Auxiliary of the
Welfare Bureau, ana
these articles to the KIM
MAi SB STORE main:..
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mr. L. J. Hart*. 27135
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 53517
Mri Harry Kaufman. 5-4261
and they will be called for
WILSON
PICTURE FRAME SHOP
172 N. W. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-2162
MIAMI, FLORIDA
We Call for and Deliver
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FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1940
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-498 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1475
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. in.
late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. re.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
Civic League
Installs Officers
m.
Sunday School -unday 10:00 a.
m.
Mar-Mitzvah liroup, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
Talmud Torah
W c urge parents who have not
:- yel registered their children
i i" the summer semester of our
daily Hebrew School to please do
without further delay. Classes
are held daily from 8 to 12 a. m.
Annual Sisterhood Picnic
The annual picnic of Beth David
Sisterhood will be held this eom-
ing Sunday, June .'111 throughout
the entire day at Hardie's Casino.
Miami Beach. This is the time
for numbers and friends to show
their loyalty and devotion to our
institution. Again we emphasize
the fact that the chairman. Mrs.
.1. Engler, and her committee,
sting of Mesdames Joseph
Fine, Isidor Fine. Sol Grief, M. J.
Koptiowitz, Harry Mandell. Louis
Margulies, Harry Markowits. Std
Palmer, Sol Roifort, Jean Seit-
lin, Hyman Sootin, have spared
i><> efforts in arranging to meet
the desires of all those who will
come and partake of those delic-
ious chicken dinners, as well as a
large variety of other provisions.
All foods, including cakes will be
home made. Bring your family,
come early, and stay late, and so
Home Phone 2-217*
spend a pleasant day with us. Do
not forget We shall expect to
see you and your family this com-
ing Sunday. June SOth at Hardie's
Casino.
Mother and Daughter Luncheon
Remember your date with us for
that .Mother and Daughter lunch-
eon Wednesday afn rnoon. July
10 at the Beth David Talmud To-
rah. under the chairman ship of
Mrs. Sam Ehrlich and co-chair-
man, Mrs. Louis Margulie*
To Attend Grandson's Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger
"I" 519 S. W. llth Ave. are leaving
this coming Tuesday to attend the
Bar Mitzvah of their grandson.
Clyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Schwartz of 3815 Hast 142
Street. Cleveland. Ohio. The Bar
Mitzvah will take place July 13.
On their return trip they will
spend a few weeks with friends at
Baltimore, Md.
Red Cross Knitting and Sewing
Classes
The Y. M. II. A. have made ar-
rangements for sewing and knit-
ting classes every Monday from
2 to 4 p. m. All necessities for
knitting wit: be supplied. All in-
terested will be made very wel-
come. If you can spare the time,
come atul spend it with us for a
real worth-while cause.
SOCIETY
BAR MITZVAH
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mann
are announcing the Bar Mitzvah
of their son. Ronald, on Saturday,
July (ith in New York City at
Congregation Adath Israel at
Grand Concourse, An invitation
is extended to all their friends
who may be in New York to be
present at this occasion.
The Columbus Hotel was the
scene of the well attended annual
banquet for the installation of of-
fers of the Cjvjc League of
am. Beach for the ensuing year.
Cart Cardner, chairman of the
installation banquet committee of
>e Civic League, acted as chair-
man for the evening.
Harry Zukernick. retiring pres-
ident, thanked the members for
their splendid cooperation during
the term of his administration and
urged the members to continue
then splr,ted cooperation with the
new administration for the furth-
erance of the objectives of the
League. The membership x-
pressed appreciation of the serv-
ices of the retiring president by
tendering to him a gift.
Jake Ehrlich, retiring secretary,
was given a traveling bag in ap-
preciation for the fine work ren-
dered the organization during his
administration as secretary.
Dr. Leonard II. Finn, the newly
elected president, thanked the
membership for the honor be-
stowed upon him and assured the
organization that he would con-
tinue to carry out the objectives
and purposes of the organization,
calling upon the members for
cooperation so that the Civic
League could continue to render
its services to the community and
to the members of the Civic
League.
Other officers elected and in-
stalled were: Harry Zaret. first
vice president; J. Aron Abbott.
secon vice president; Henry Un-
gerleider, secretary; Neil Kars.
treasurer. The hoard of directors
includes the following members:
Simon Cohen, chairman; Charles
Tobin. Dr. Irving Gordon, Isadore
Zukernick. Harry Zukernick, Carl
Gardner, Dr. Edward Both. Stan-
ley HodeS, Sidney Weiss. Harry
Sirkin.
After the banquet and installa-
tion, dancing was enjoyed.
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Congregational
'Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation.' -Hillel
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, June 28th, at
8:15 o'clock, the late services will
be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
Sisterhood
All ladies are urged to attend
on Monday mornings at !::!0
o'eloek in Kaplan Hall of Temple
Israel to participate in the sewing
project for the Red Cross. Co-
chairmen of this wor.hy project
are Mrs. Harry Boyell and Mrs.
Samuel Katz. Both sewing ana
knitting are done.
In Mcnioriam
"May the Father of Peact
send peace to all who mourn
and comfort the bcc.ivcd
among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the following
will be hallowed: Solomon Opt-
ner, father of Mrs. Ida Optner;
Jacob Snetman, lather of Mr.
Louis Snetman.
JR. COUflCIL [US
By Bette Sir
Hey there, folks! Not th it I
doubt your memory, but aftei all
could you forget the | icnic of the
National Council of wish Jun-
iors? Of course not! Starting out
promptly at 10:00 tn. from the
corner of llth St et and Jeffer-
son Avenue (Fl .lingo Park ent-
rance* on July ih of this year we
will all drive I i Matheson Ham-
mock Park fi a day full of fun.
There will 6 transportation facil-
ities for everyone; come on girls.
come on boys, join us and have a
grand time.
This isn't necessarily a date af-
fair but don't you men think that
you better find yourselves some
gall who can really took anil have
them pack a good lunch for you'.'
Certainly you do! However, so-
called bachelor boys are welcome
to come and vie with the girls in
their cookery. After all. no
lunchee. no eatee.
For any ami all information re-
garding the picnic you might
phone Miss Charlotte Dreyfus at
either 5-2706 or ."'-'J2^:..
Leonard Rosenblum, the chair-
man of the sports committee, has
something up his sleeve and hi'
has everyone who knows he is
holding such a secret curious. Va-
rious sports, such as swimming,
ball playing, etc. Will he featured
So. till we me.-; on Thursday
July 4th. at ten o'clock in thi
morning at the Eleventh Strea
Flamingo Park entrance toodle
doo.
SOCIETY
PATRIOTIC RALLY
HUGE SUCCES8
More than five hundred peopli
attended the Patriotic Rally spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge H'mu
B'rith, last Tuesday night at th
V. M. II. A. athletic field. Hon J.
Mark Wilcox was the guest speak-
er of the evening and James LeOD-
ard was chairman of the affair.
A detailed report of the evening
will be ound in the B'nai B'ritb
column.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940
VOLUME 13No. 26
on the topic "The Rcdcdication to
the Ideals of Americanism." Mr.
Wilcox informs us that there are
an estimated five million people
in the United States at this time
who are boring from within and
who would seek to destroy our
form of government, and for it.
substitute the tyranny and state
of barbarism now crushing the
peoples of Europe. If we are to
radedicate ourselves to the ideals
of Americanism and be true pa-
triots, it is not only necessary to
salute tlic flag and to tip our hat
when it goes by but we must rally
behind our government which is
seeking to protect us and when
called upon to contribute to the
cause of rearming and defending
this country, we must give and
give gladly. We must put aside
all selfish desires and make sac-
rifices for the common good.
An Ann ric an Flag was present-
ed to the Lodge by A. Louis Mech-
lowitz by the Americanization
committee, and accepted by our
president, Jack Abbott.
Speaking of contributing, we
are right in the midst of an ap-
peal for funds by the greatest
humanitarian agency in the world,
the Red Cross. Sholem Lodge is
trying to help the Red Cross
raise its quota in this city and
is sponsoring a Humanity Ball to
be held at Civic Center, Monday
night. July 1 Make up a party
. of your family and friends and
come well represented to B'nai
Thus, the adoption by King Carol of an admittedly pro-Axis B'rith's trcatcst undertaking and
line ran be rated as a consequence of the defeat of France. The pro- make it a success for the Red
Germans in Kumania are riding high because they have the support Czpss.
of a power which is spreading its domination throughout most of
Europe.
DEVELOPMENTS IN RUMANIA
Every victory of Nazi arms is accompanied by some bloodless
iumphs Each time Hitler demonstrates his capacity for destruc-
ion, the fear that is generated results in the extension of his
nee into some country as vet uninvaded.
Sholem Lodge wishes to extend
its thanks to the V. M. II. A. for
the splendid manner in which they
cooperated with our committee in
helping with the Patriotic Rally
program and for their gracious
hospitality in offering us the fa-
This development is a victory for the pro-Nazi anti-Semitic Iron eility of their meeting grounds.
Guard, which had been agitating for alignment with Germany and | W.
Italy. A new amnesty freed the last of the imprisoned Guardists and Brother Rudy R. AdleT was host
it was expected that Iron Guard leaders would be included in a revamped to a splendid group of Miami and
Carol dissolved the National Renaissance Front and established a
single new totalitarian party called "Party of the Nation." The party
bars Jews as members and will follow an anti-Semitic policy. "We are
going with the Axis." said Curentul, authoritative Bucharest news-
paper.
cabinet.
These events are an unmitigated catastrophe for the KtMI.000 Jews
Of Rumania. The developments mean that Rumania will be subject
to Hitler's wishes in matters affecting the Jews, thst the Iron (Juard
will be able to reintensify its campaign for the extermination of Ru-
mania*! Jews.
But the events in Rumania cannot be judged in a vacuum. They
arc a part of Hitlerism. And such things will continue to happen until
Hitlerismthe source of the infectionis crushed.
If
B'NAI B'RITH

NOTES
by Harold Turk
attended the Patriotic
at least annthi r half hour ... I
am sure a good time was had by
IIIIIIB To Brother Jimmie Leonard
^**q(AjP*V goes credit for the originality of
the skit and he is to be especially
commended for writing, partici-
pating in and directing the skit
and for having done all three
phases in splendid fashion we
might also add a vote of thanks
to his wife who is partly respon-
you attended tne Patriotic < .,, ., ,. .,
' ..... I sible for the origin of the skit
Rally sponsored by the American- .. ., ___ .
... !> d'_:.u I aru' who so patiently remained a
widow during the two or three
ization Committee of B'nai B'rith
and held at the Y. M. H. A. last
Tuesday night, you would have,
during the course of two or three
hours, lived through a period of
over one hundred sixty years in
American history.
Miami Beach Jewry at his home
last Sunday afternoon. He had
as his guest former Governor Dave
SholtZ, who spoke on world con-
ditions and who endorsed the Red
Cross drive and the Humanity
Ball that B'nai B'rith is sponsor-
ing.
Brother Adler is to be com-
mended for his energeteic untir-
ing and sincere efforts in behalf
of B'nai B'rith and other organ-
izations.
Brother Pallot Enlists
in the army of "disciplined hus-
bands to be." under the captain-
ship of the lovely and charming
Doris Cromer and so the bow
was drawn, the arrow shot forth
and the heart of our erstwhile
president was pierced ... in a per-
sonal interview with Brother Pal-
lot, your editor was informed by
Brother Pallot that he is the hap-
piest man in the world, that he
was marrying the sweetest and
most charming girl in the world,
and that he considered himself
weeks that Jimmie actually spent
his days and nights to make the 'the most fortunate man alive .
Patriotic Rally program a sue-j And, he added! "1 had Doris sign
cess Along with him and work |an application blank for number-
ing most of the time was Brother Lhip to the Ladies Auxiliary of
Al Mechlowitz. whose wife also
By. means of a magic carpet ; spent a period of widowhood .
in the form of a radio skit the au- j Appreciation to Brothers Mark
dience was carried back to the ; peinberg and Louis Heiman who
year 17T.r> and the Continental participated in the skit (I did too)
ingress ... on to the signing of > aml to Brother F.lry Stone, chair-
e Declaration of Independence
. the drawing up of the Con-
itution of the United States .
rough the trying period of the
Civil War and finally arriving at
the period of the first World
War.
Evidently the Program Com-
mittee for the Patriotic Rally in-
voked divine assistance so that
there would be no rain during the
program hut they made a mistake
in not stretching it a bit so that
the rain would have held off for
man of the Americanization Com-
mittee, who helped guide the pro-
gram and Brother Dr. B. B. Berk-
eley for his suggestions and the
use of his home as a testing
ground, and to all of the other
members of the Americanization
committee and to anyone else that
participated, that I might have
omitted through inadvertance.
We were singularly honored by
the presence of the Hon. Mark
Wilcox, who spoke so sincerely,
informatively and inspiringly up-
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(ST PEINXAI J. MRON)
Sholem I-odge and what's
more she will be one of the in
ture presidents of the Ladies Aux-
iliary."
We welcome the new relation-
ship and on behalf of Sholem
Lodge and countless other thou-
sands of people I want to extend
best wishes to Brother Pallot and
Sister (eleetl Doris I romer, for
a glorious future.

Flash* Flash! Last minute
news ... I just received word
from Brother Jimmie Leonard
that Station WKAT has request-
ed that the Americanization Com-
mittee re-enact their radio skit
for their network this)coming
Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock.
WAR ECHOES
Believers in the occult will be happy to learn that Nostradamus,
the Jewish physician who nearly four centuries ago foretold all sorts of
historic events that actually came to pass, predicted not only the ris,.
of Hitler and Mussolini but their eventual defeat It's a young gen-
eral ho will make his appearance near the Rhone River in France
whom the seer has picked as the man who will finish Hitler Latest
Broadway appellation for Nazis is "Sons of blitzkreigs." familiarly
shortened to "sons of blitzes" And in local fistic circles the*im-
pression is that Hitler's war machine won't be doing so well from now
on because it's Mussolini-bound Did you know that Leslie Howard's
son. who is serving England as a member of a mine-sweeper's crew.
was born during an air raid in the first world war? Now they
promise the release of Charlie Chaplin's "The Dictator" by the end
of August Meaning, we hope, that by that time it'll again be pos-
sible to laugh at Hitler with a clear conscience .
HEAR YE
It's beginning to look as if this war won't end without the forma-
tion of another Jewish Legion The Revisionist leader Vladimir
Jabotinsky and Britain's Colonel J. H. Patterson are planning a revival
of the unit they led in Palestine in the last world war, and hope to get
Uncle Sam's permission to recruit in this country And one Joseph
Otmar Hefter, who heads what he calls the Nai Juda Movement, is
seeking volunteers for 'an American-Jewish Border Regiment for the
defense of America and American Democracy" The latest proposal
for the creation of harmony at the Zionist Convention, which open-
this weekend, is the establishment of a Collegium that would include
Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Solomon Goldman. Iuis Lipsky, E. Kauf-
man and Dr. Israel Goldstein Rabbis on the lookout for good ma-
terial for some pretty hot sermons are advised to watch for Dr.
Emanuel Lasker's "Community of the Future." which is being pub-
lished next week ... It contains a chapter on Jewish leadership that
will arouse a great deal of comment .
THIS AND THAT
The report is that the newly formed "American-Fifth-Column
Committee" in New York's Yorkville section is sponsored by the Na/i
Bund ... If true, this means that the patriotic-sounding title is mere-
ly a blind for a Fifth Column recruiting office Winchell, debunk-
ing (ieorge Sylvester Yiereck's claim that he is not a Nazi propagand-
ist, recalls that in 1884 Viereck testified before a Congressional Com-
mittee that he was paid S.'iOO a month by the German Consul in New
York for public relations work ... A new book in the making is said
to be able to tell an interesting story Did you know that "Pins
man industrialist who no longer is on good terms with the Fuehrer
... As one of those who helped to bring Itadolf to power Thyssen ought
to be abzle to tell an interesting story Did you know that "Pins
and Needles." the International Ladies' Garment Workers' review
which amused audiences for over two and a half years with its lam-
pooning of dictators, had the longest run on record for musical show '.'
show? ...
INVESTIGATION NEEDED
Jewish relief organizations who are helping refugees from Hit-
lerism to get into various Latin American countries should check into
the following story concerning a Caribbean republic that has lately
been much in the news as a haven for 1 ws in search of a home The
story deals with a German Jewish couple who managed to salvage part
of their very considerable fortune, so that they are by no means desti-
tute and would never become public charges This couple had ob-
tained immigration permits for the Dominican Republic, and because
a rather long waiting period had to ehipse before they could enter thai
land they came to the U. S. on transit visas, to await their return .
A couple of weeks ago, when their waiting-time was nearly up, they
visited the Dominican Consulate to complete the necessary formalities
and get their actual visas Everything seemed all right until the
Consul asked whether these prospective immigrants were Jewish, and
got an affirmative answer "I'm sorry," he then said, with what
appeared to be genuine regret, "but my country cannot admit any more
Jews" .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
With the Presidential campaign approaching, Bernard G. Rich-
ards has been drafted back to the National Democratic Committee .
He will probably again lead the foreign language section of the Demo-
cratic campaign We're not at all surprised at the news that a Na/i
government official, whose name is said to Ik- Lee Habicht, has the
special job of directing anti-Koosevelt propaganda in these United
States Clare Boothe. who has just returned to our shores from
the war zone, declares she longer likes the first act of her highly
successful "Margin for Error." because in that part of the play the
Na/i villain of the piece is still alive Broadway, incidentally, is c\-
pecting a war play from her for next season .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Native Land" ig the tentative title for the documentary film for
which Mare Blitzstein Will write the music ... Its theme is civil liber-
ties Alia Nazimova, who has a long and glorious stage career be-
hin.l her. now can look forward to a Hollywood come-back with a bang
rhe work she has been doing in Escape," her first movie assign-
ment gmce the talkies came in, has the film executives goggle-eyed
with enthusiasm Garson Kanin, Hollywood's current miracle man.
chums that the oly reason why Samuel Goldwyn hired him to direct
Pictures the first place is because Mr. (i. thought he saw a strorg
Pl.ysieul resemblance between Kanin and the late Irving Thalberg .
Novelist Irvmg Pineman has invaded a new field, that of columning
It s in the Bennington. Vermont Banner that you can read him.
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PACE FIVE
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SOCIETY
\n!
!
PROMINENT
lOl I'l.E HNUAttJfD
I ;:1 Jewry was pleasantly sur-
prised last week when announce-
was made of the engage-
ment of Doris Cromet to E. Al-
bert I'allot.
Doris is the daughter of Mr.
PHLm BEACH [101K
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodmark art'
vacationing in New York.
Mrs. Sol Rubin was a recent vis-
itor in Miami.
chusetts Bar, Senior Warden of
Coconut Grove Masonic Lodge,
Scottish Rite Mason and Mahi
Shrine; a life member and past
president of the Y. M. H. A., and *,r- aml Mrs- Si,m A- Goldstein
member of the Board of Governors "f Birmingham, Alabama, were
of that Club; past president of Breetin* their local friends re-
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and cent,y- Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein
and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, promin- present Monitor of that organiza- ,"l'm,,,,|.v resided here, where they
neer Miamians, and is a tion, and was recently elected to were motive in community, relig-
of Mana-Zucca, famous the committee of the Southern ioua and 80cial affairs.
ser and pianist. Miss Crom- District Grand Lodge; he is an ----------
Miss Adaline Goldstein has en-
's rolled in tin1 summer session of
the University of Miami. Miss
Goldstein is on the faculty of
Northboro school.
WORLD FIGURE
FAST TRAIN SCHEDULE
TO MAINE INAUGURATED
Mr. and Mrs. O. 1'. Gruner and
children have departed for New
York where they will join their
eliler daughter. Roslyn, who has
been visiting relatives. Later Mr.
|Gruner will attend the Boy's Na-
tional Singles Tennis Tournament,
in which his son, Stanley, will
compete. Young Gruner recently
won the Boy's Southern Singles
Tourney.
Effective June 21st the Penn-
sylvania Railroad will place their
new do luxe all-coach train 'The
East Wind," in service between
Washington, D. C. and Portland,
New York (WNS)Calling up- Maine, this train affording con-
on the American people '"to learn nectfon at Washington with the
the lessons of Europe," Dr. Na- | northbound schedule of the Silver
hum Goldmann, chairman of the Meteor operating from Miami
administrative committee of the daily.
World Jewish Congress, who ar- I This ",w service will now af-
rived in the United States last ||"' week, urged that preparations for along the entire Atlantic seaboard,
military defense be coupled with utilising the luxurious appoint-
"an aggressive defense of demo- nients of two of the most modern
cracy against fifth column activi- :i"(i smartest trains in America,
ties." ,t-
Dr. Go'dmann. speaking at a
press conference, said that the
''Nazis are attempting to conquer
America by propaganda" and that
anti-Semitism in America as in
Europe is 'hut the smoke Bcreen
for the ultimate aims of the
Nazis to destroy democratic in-
stitutions here as tiny have in
Europe."
Attributing: the rani,! collapse
of the defenses of the European
democracies to the organization
It is now possible to leave Mi-
ami at 10:00 a. m. an the Sea-
board's Silver Meteor, streamlined,
de luxe all-coach train, arrives
Washington (1:40 a. m., leave
Washington on The East Wind
7:00 a. m.. arrive Worcester 2:57
p. m.. Lowell 3:58 p. m., Exeter
4:44 p. m., Dover 5:04 p. m., Wells
Beach 5:26 p. m., Kennebunk 5:34
p. m., Old Orchard Beach 5:53 p.
m.. Portland 6:10 p. m., Bruns-
wick 6:55 p. m., Bangor 11:30 p. m.
---------- .of fifth column activities in all
Miss Ho-c Goodmark of Miami tm.S(. countries, the World Jewish
i* spending some time in West Congress head warned that "6-
Palm Beach. Mrs. H. A. Freeman 000,000 Jews in Europe are doomed
and daughter. Mrs. Anita Gluck, t destruction if the victory of the j
have left for their summer home N;1Z;S should 1..- final." "The only
in Worcester, Mass. Mr. Gluck hope for them in Europe." he said,
will study baking at Chicago he- <'ljeg jn the hope of a British vic-
F 0 R SALE
Will Established Kosher Meat
and Poultry Market
5 YEAR LEASE
Bargain for Immediate Sale
BOX C, JEWISH FLORIDIAN
fon- thev all return home.
A group of local women spon-
sored a benefit luncheon for the
Red Cross recently. Sponsors in-
cluded Mrs. II. A. Freeman, Mrs.
M. Schrebnick, Mrs. Margolis,
I.ake Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Cluck.
DORIS CROMER
ei is a graduate of the University -:ik. director an
o: \: smi, attended Brenau Col-
lege and Columbia University, and
:- ai accomplished musician and
poet, she is a member of the
Mana-Zucca Music Club and the
i Music Association.
F. Albert Fallot. a prominent
attorney known to his host of
friends as "Al," has taken an
extremely active part in the com-
munal life of the area. He is a
member of the law firm of More-
head & Ballot, attended North-
eastern University and received
his Bachelor of Laws Degree
from Suffolk Law School. Mr.
I'allot is a member of the Dade
County, Florida and American
Bar Associations, Chairman of
the Unauthorized Practice of
Law Committee of Dade Bar As- RETURNS
sociation, member of the Massa- TO CITY
/ Local residents observing Yahr-
zcit recently included Morris Dick-
member of the s"n and A. Levin.
executive committee Creates Mi-
ami Jewish Federation: vice pros- I Regular Shabbos service's were
ident .if the Miami Jewish Ortho- held at the Temple Beth El last
dox Congregation: past patron of Saturday morning with Messrs.
the- Emunah Chapter of Order of Kapner and Glassner officiating.
Eastern Star; trustee Baron de '
Hirsch Meyer Free Loan Fund of Mrs. J. Leo Rader. Belle Glade,
Jewish Welfare Bureau; director a visiting in New York and Chi-
of Jewish Welfare Bureau; mem- | taK-
ber of Civic League of Miami
Beach; Young Democrats of Flor- Mrs. Cy Argintar was hostess
ida. and director of Zionist Or- this week at the Tuesday after-
ganization of Miami.
A reception in honor of the en-
gagement will be held at the
Blackstone Hotel Gardens. Sun-
day, June 30th from 3:00 to 6:00
o'clock. The wedding will take
place some time in the fall.
You Have Tried the Rest
Now Try the Best
MEALS IN TOWN
Mrs. Charles Abbott returned ti-
the city, after having spent sev-
eral weeks visiting relatives and
friends in New York City.
HOWELL'S
RESTAURANT
1013 N. E. 1st Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
"Prices thai Are Right"
noon card party sponsored by the
Sisterhood Beth Israel at
Schwartzberg Hall.
Regular meeting of Beth Fl Con-
gregation Board of Governors was
held Tuesday night at Scher Hall.
Jack Kapner presided.
tory."
Hi- called upon American Jews
to follow the example of the
American people-, "who are- mov-
ing to create a united cle-fe-nse-. to
unite through a Ban-American
Congress for the protection of
their own rights and in order to
make their contribution to the pro-
tection of democratic rights at
large."
Dr. Goldmann disclosed that
one of the principal offices of the
World Jewish Congress will be es-
tablished in the United States,
supplementing offices still being
maintained in London and Gen-
eva and a newly organized bureau
in Buenos Aires. The offices of I
the World Jewish Congress were
closed on the day that the Nazis |
occupied Paris.
In his statement he urged
American Jewry to take the lead-
ership in 'mobilizing the five and |
a half million Jews on the North
and South American continent for
participation in an organized de-
fense program." He called atten- I
tion to the fact that the center of
interest must shift today from e-
lief to defense.
TO TAMPA, .
fT. PETERSBURG
AND FLORIDA ~
WEST COAST,
Two Trains Daily
Morning train leaves Miami at
10:30 A. M. for West Lake Wales
parlor bus from West Lake
Wales to Tampa and St. Peters*
burg. i
COOLAIR-CONDITIONED .
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foe Tampa, St. Petersburg and :
Florida West Coast points, via
Central Florida. j,
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Travel Agent about all-expense
tjurs via Seaboard.
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173 East Flagler Street, Miami
. Telephone 3-8391 7
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you and your daughter-,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
BERTHA LEVY
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone 2-39It
PicturedTbove are the officers of the Civic League, Miami Beach, who were installed Sunday evening.
Left to right they are: Henry Ungerleider, secretary; Neil Kars. treasurer; Dr. Leonard Finn, |
,i,.,,1; Hurry Zaret first vue president; J. Aron Abbott, second vice president; Simon Cohen, chairman
of Board of Directors.


PAG1 SIX
FLOUMAV
FRIDAY, JUNE-28, 1J|
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 I. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNKR, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Cwirt; Phone 3-6192
[
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this newspaper)
! BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Third Street, Miami Beach
Washington Avenue and
I MOIF.S MESCHELOFF. R.bfcl
U Michigan Amu.
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>4 KucJid Annua
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 6:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 6:80 p
U.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 6 p. rn.
Shalush Sudei: 5:16 p. m.
of the opportunity of aiding our
Auxiliary projects and at the same
time enjoy a pleasant evening's
entertainment.
Maze! Tov Greetings
We arc most happy to extend
our very sincere and heartfelt
Mazel Tov greetings to our own
E. Albert Pallot, vice president
of our Congregation upon his be-
trothal to Miss Doris Cromer. The
Congregation and the Auxiliary
Synagogue Dedication
The splendid progress of our .
synagogue has entitled us to set *n tht' Rabbl and the Rebbetten
the Hate of dedication for Sundav ''" wlshi"K this splendid young cou- had on a ong yellow coat And -
;t <. v.>__; j To sav 'Now vou know that isn't
ife of joy, happiness and ...... H _____e..... .v... -v:u u
The Lying Child
Most misunderstood is the ly-
ing child. I didn't do it. I didn't
do it. This sort of lie is a defense
mechanism, like blinking the eyes
or putting out the hand to ward
off a fall. Its basis is fear. Start
with the fear then in the healing
process.
The blame lies with you who
have deliberately encouraged fear
in your child or have failed to in-
still courage. He must know that
nothing is worth a lie. Better al-
ways the truth and the conse-
quences.
Then there is the other kind of
lie due to an overactive imagina-
tion. "Oh, mother, I saw a big
bird coming in the window and he
turned into a funny old man and
September 22. Thus we will wor-
ship during the High Holidays in
our new edifice and pray peace
and prosperity may come to this
war-torn world. We respectfully
request all Jewish organizations
to kindly mark this day and re-
frain from conflicting with our
proposed celebration.
Ladies Auxiliary
ple a
glory.
Talmud Torah
Classes in the Talmud Torah
will continue all through the sum-
mer months and when Rabbi Kell-
ner leaves for his vacation the
classes will be taught by Rabbi
Abraham Gluck.
Nichum Ovelim
true," is to confuse the child. He
is honestly hazy about the dis-
tinction between real and unreal.
Nor need these fancies necessarily
be discouraged. They may simply
be run into proper channels. \ou
may bring the child to slowly rec-
ognize the difference between fact
and fancy. Then, these fancies
can take their place in the con-
structive fields of art and science.
The Inquisitive Child
So your child is very inquisitive.
We send our comforting words
The Ladies Auxiliary has drawn to the family of the late Harold "Other, where do flies fly? Dot's
up the calendar for the ensuing Shulman Olov Hasholom and hope j when^ne* comes home'? 'Toes he
year and begs to call attention to ] that they may be comforted amidst bring the baby fly toys? Why -
the first function which will be a the mourners of Zion and Jemsa- wn>' way and so on and on
theatre party on July 6 and 7 at lem. endlessly. You are glad your
*u t i ti \r- m t | child is eager for information, but
the Temple Theatre. Mrs. Victor We chronicle with profound 'you st.nse that unfortunately that
Mell is chairman of the theatre I grief the passing of the late Mr. I isn't always the case. He plies
party and tickets may be obtained Samuel Cohen Olov Hasholom and 'you witn Questions sometimes be-
by phoning at 3-1495. We urge
all our friends to avail themselves
Be ChcntninqBe Bright
Drink MUX. Feel Bight
Ask Toar Srsetr
iot
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PURE,.'. JERSEY MIIK PJUftY
k t j v j .. cause he is just stalling. Mother,
beg to extend to his dear ones the why ,, ,J havc t0 KbrUsh *
Congregations deepest sympathy. ] teeth? And perhaps in the mid-a
_ of explaining, the teeth get only
a superficial brushing. Sometimes
too, he asks questions just to hear
himself talk. This is a good thing,
although rather trying to the one
on whom he is sharpening his
wits. For he must form sentences,
jungle words, find new thought
patterns in order to develop his
| intelligence.
Child With Convenient Ear
Children often feel that their
parents talk too much. There is
some foundation of truth to their
reasoning. For example, in Scold-
ing a child, a parent is very like-
ly to go on and on and on, long
after the subject has been thor-
oughly covered. There are many
Objections to this. In the first i
place, the effectiveness is ruined
if your scolding goes beyond a j
certain point. Secondly, you mav
frequently magnify a very sim'- I
pie thing. Thirdly the child will
certainly develop a condition of
mother deafness by refusing to
take seriously anything vou are
likely to say.
Finally, as you know, talking
consumes a great deal of energy
and to waste it is kind of foolish,
isn t it? You'd be surprised how
much of this valuable commodity
you can save and how much more
peaceful you will feel, if vou cut
down on all your necessary lec-
turing.
TORAH AT WEST POINT]
A Torah presented by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York, at the
, baccalaureate service of the Jewish Chapel Squad at the United
) States Military Academy at West Point,recently,in memory of his
, father, Isaac Mayer Wise, founder of Reform J udaism in America.
Synagogue Services
Services held thrice a day every
day in the week.
Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m.
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p m.;
Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Jortion of the
Week."
Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Bar Mitsvah
The parents of Joel Saltzman
invite everyone to attend the Bar
Mitxvah ceremony of their son this
Saturday morning. Joel will de-
liver a Bar Mitzvah address which
will be followed by the Rabbi's in-
struction. Refreshments will be
served after the services.
Tonsilectomy
We are glad to hear that Doro-
thy Feit is well after the recent
removal of her tonsils. God grant
her continued health.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this
Sunday at 3:00 p. m. over radio
station WIOD. His subject will be
a timely one. Guest artists will
add to the program. We hope you
will listen in.
Religious School
The study of Rashi has been
added to our summer curriculum.
The discussion of the Three
Weeks, the Nine Days and Shiva
Awsawr B'Tamuz is the central
theme in the religious work of all
classes.
We are gratified at the large
enrollment of beginners in our
summer classes. We still have
room for all newcomers. Parents,
register your children now They
will learn a great deal during
these summer months when they
are not burdened with any other
work. Registration every week-
day morning.
Red Cross Contribution
We are proud to announce that
as a result of an appeal ma>: ir:
our synagogue we have been en-
abled to send over a hundred i'"l-
lars to the local Red Cross for
relief work in war torn Europe.
FOR
BOYS
FOR
GIRLS
20th Season
BLUE MOUNTAIN
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Separate Camps
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High in the Focono Mountains ... 90 miles from Philadelphia .
i0 miles from New York City highest standards in food,
care, counselors, medical staff, modern facilities ... an excellent
heallh record for the past 20 years the choice of fine Jewi-h
families in many cities .patronized by the best Jewish families
in Miami and Miami Beach. For further information, communi- {
cate with: Mrs. S. Mannheimer, Mannheimer Private School, 10"4
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Rhone 5-13!2.
Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad
for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys
Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
PROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write:
RABBI S. WRUBEL
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
CONVENTION SPEAKERS-Secrerary of Interior Harold L
Ickes (nght) and Mrs. Irma Lindheim, former national
president of Senior Hadassah, will be principal speakers at
The ild onnual national convention of Young Judaea, the
junior aff,lia,e of the Zionist Organization of America, to
be held July 3 to 7, in the Hotel Southern, Baltimore, Md.
Mr. kkes will discuss "American Youth in the Current
t-nsis and Mrs. Lindheim will speak on "Frontiers of Hop*
tor American Jewry."


FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1910
.THE JEWISH TLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
f>
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BT HARRT SCHWARTZ)
"Supermen
Lead "Y" Duckpin
league
In three hectic matches held
last Tuesday at the Miami Re-
,n Alleys the Supermen de-
feated the Bombers in two out of
thre. games to hold first place,
the Demons were losing to
!: mgers in two out of three
to drop into a tie with the
Blai kiea for second place. The
! s defeated the Silver-
- two out of three games.
Sammy Tendrich for the third
utive week is leading the
V i, iwlera with a score of 966
m average of 107. Allie
Berkowitz is second with 105.
third week's individual av-
erages follows:
Player Sc. Av. G.
Sam Tendrich ............ 966 107 9
Allie IScrkowitz............ 945 105
Hal Levinson................ 891
Abe Silver...................... 871
Lew Spector..........S64
Harry Schwartz .......... 858
In ing Querido .......... 845
IVrkowitz .......... 842
.- Levin ................... 842
:' I man ........ 841
Frank Rose .................. 187
I ,i Feldman ............ 821
II. i man Waitsman .... 732
Ai R( -man ................ 275
Silverman ........... 812
M irray Streit ...... 802
[' Garvett ........ 791
Apte ....... 104
William Liheroff......... 266
Abe Winer ...... 532
Dave Rosenthal .......... 791
Walter Maekauf ........ 785
Nat Blumberg ......... 614
Guy Goldsmith ........... 765
Murray Apte ................ 766
Wilson ....... 757
Wolpert ......... 84
Safan ................ 499
Mike Adler .................. 164
B ; Schweitzer .... .... 480
M y I.ubel .............. 237
Milton Friedman ........ 462
Man-in Apte 378
Hairy kamins ............ 22")
Frelich ............ 445
Argintar .......... 159
leani Standings
Team W
Supermen .......................... 9
Blackies............................ 5
Demons................................ 5
is........................... 4
Silvi rstreaks ............... 4
Rangers ................ 3
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F'lace
Although they lost a heart-
breaker to the Civic League team
last week 9 to 8, they came back
xt day to defeat the Rich-
man team and remain in first
with 8 wins and 1 loss. Leo
Lepowsky is playing a bang-up
game for the Beach team, and Doc
Weinkle continues to do a swell
job of manager of the team with
able assistance of Clem Hammond.
Over in the Civic League our
other Y entry led by Manager
Frank Rose won two games to go
second place with four victor-
ies against two defeats. Team riv-
alry continues to exist between
the Civic and Beach teams with
epithets being thrown pro and eon
by spectators and players alike.
The fans are anxiously awaiting
a game between these two teams.
Schedule of Events
Saturday, June 29. meeting of
the Y-ettes division.
Sunday morning, June 30, busi-
ness men's athletic classes, 9:30
to 1:00 p. m.
Monday night. Junior division
regular meeting and J. W. V.
Drum and Bugle Corps session,
and Bugle Corps session.
Monday, July 1. B'nai B'rith Hu-
manity Ball at Cinderella Ball-
room, benefit of Red Cross.
Tuesday, July 2, gym classes Y.
W. H. A., 7:30 to 10 p. m.
Tuesday. July 2, A. Z. A. regu-
lar meeting.
Wednesday. July 3, there will be
a board meeting of the Y. M. H. A.
Wednesday, July 3, basket ball
clinic from 7:30 to 10 p. m. All
boys invited.
Wednesday, July 3- the first
meeting of Women's Class. 19 to
80 years of age.
Thursday. July 1. Celebrate with
your family.
Friday. July 5, attend your re-
spective synagogues.
Y Board News
A fine board meeting was held-
at the Y last Wednesday with
Herman Waitsman presiding as
chairman of the board. A splen-
did report was read by Executive
Director Maurice Grossman and
our president. Dr. Samuel Beck-
man announced the selection of
the following standing committees
for the year. House committee,
chairman. Harry Schwartz. Al
Reisman, Charlie Blau. Jules Wil-
son, Leon Leiberman, Henry
Gabbe and Al Rosenfeld. Finance
committee, chairman, Herman
Waitsman, Nat Blumberg, E. Al-
bert Pallot. Fred Shochet and Mur-
ray Grossman. Athletic commit-
tee, chairman. Lou Safan, Jack
Apte, Frank Rose, Allie Berko-
witz, Dr. Barney Weinkle. Nat
Blumberg, and Harry Schwartz.
Publicity and Advertising Com-
mittee. chairman, Mathew S. Band-
ler, Fred Shochet and Harry
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tee, chairman, E. Albert Pallot,
Joseph A. Berman, Leon Leiber-
man, Milton Friedman, and J. Aron
Abbott.
With the addition of the follow-
ing newly elected board members,
Sam Blank. Stanley Myers, George
Goldberg, Joseph Lipton, and Bill
Shayne, the Y can be assured of
a real year of activity.
News Around Town
Believe it or not by Ripley
Your friend and my friend E. Al-
bert Pallot, one of the hardest
workers ever to come into the fold
of the Y. M. H. A. and for two
terms president of the Y. M. H. A.,
has announced his engagement to
lovely Doris Cramer, a very pop-
ular Miamian,
We feel insulted in the fact
that this matter was not brought
to the attention of the board of
directors, so that it may be made
official. Therefore, Ix>u Safan of-
ferred this motion, that E. Albert
Pallot be duly allowed to en-
gage Miss Doris Cromer. Motion
seconded by Nat Blumberg. un-
animously passed with heartiest
congratulations and best wishes
from the Y. M. II. A. and all its
affiliates.
Congrats to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation in selecting Mr.
Isaac Joffe as its new executive
director.
Orchids to Brother Jimmy Leon-
ard and his committee of B'nai
B'rith for their splendid Ameri-
canization Day Program held at
the Y last Tuesday.
Orchids to Lefty Schemmer who
is leading the North Carolina
State League in batting with a
407 average. Lefty's two broth-
ers, [zzy and Max, are starring
for the Y Civic team. Art Blatt,
an old timer of the Y, got lost in
the southwest section last week
and wandered into the Y. M. H. A.
with a new home camper, namely.
Marilyn Clein. daughter of Reuben
Clein.
Mr. and .Mrs. Milt Friedman are
heading for Havana, Cuba to
spend their honeymoon and then
to Miami to settle down. My
congrats to my distant friend Sly-
er O. Sigal up Orlando way who
is doing fine work in organizing
an Orlando Y. M. H. A.Will an-
swer soon.
Home Camp
Two weeks of activities in our
second annual home camp ses-
sion have shown the need of such
a project in Miami. The attend-
ance has increased; new courses
have been added. The teaching
staff has been enlarged, in short,
the success of this enterprise is
so amazing that it is the principal
topic of discussion everywhere in
the city.
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the camp, has announced
that officers and directors of the
various civic organizations of Mi-
ami will be invited during the
season as our luncheon guests.
The first of such luncheons will be
held next Monday, July 1st, at
which time Judge Walter H. Beck-
ham of the Juvenile Court and
his staff will be our guests.
Once more we wish to empha-
size the fact that the Y. M. H. A.
has many underprivileged child-
ren that it is sponsoring in the
home camp. We again appeal to
public spirited citizens to pay for
some of the scholarships of these
children in order to enable us to
carry on and to give them these
facilities. Communicate with Mr.
Mrs. Ben Serkin, whose daughter,
Jeanette has passed to the great
beyond. May her soul rest in
peace.
Y. W. H A. NEWS
Family Supper and Card Party
Sunday evening, July 21st at
6:00 o'clock is the day when the
whole family can really have a de-
licious supper at the Y Athletic
Field, sponsored by the Y. W. H.
A., and grown-ups can enjoy card
games. This affair promises to
be a real family get-together,
and the fee is only 50 for adults
and 25c for children. Mrs Jean
Grossman and he will be glad to Seitlin is ticket chairman for this
furnish you more particulars.
The following new pupils en-
rolled this week: Marilyn Clein,
Wallace Deutsch, Donna Feldman.
Barry Geltner, Marvin Markowitz,
gathering, and Mrs. J. Engler is
general chairman. Assisting Mrs.
Engler are Mesdames Anne Ja-
cobs, Ethel Grossman, Jennie Rot-
fort. Gussie Margulies, Harry
Joseph Mint/.er. Mai shall Alan Mandel, Barbara Greenberg, Anne
Pepper, Jerry Pollack, Merrill j Balland, Jennie Levinson, and Hy-
Raye, Alvin Rotenberg, Phyllis man Sootin. Keep the date open
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Kadio Program, July 7
Through the courtesy of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami the Y. M. H. A. will spon-
sor a radio program on station
WIOD on Sunday afternoon, July
7, 1940.
Installation
The Y. W. and Y. M. H. A. are
planning a joint installation of
officers within the next few
weeks. The Y. M. II. A.'s com-
mittee is composed of the follow-
ing: Mathew S. Handler, chair-
man; Al Pallot, Henry Hohauser,
Lou Safan. Joseph A. Berman and
William Shayne. The installa-
tion committee of the Y. W. II. A.
is composed of the following: Mrs.
Jennie Levinson, chairman; Mrs.
Esther Saffer. Mrs. Jean Seitlin,
and Mrs. l In Memoriam
The entire membership of the Y
extends its most profound sympa-
thy and condolence to Mr. and
Remember. Sunday, July 21st.
Ilook of Month Club Formed
The Book of the Month Club, un-
der the able leadership of Mrs.
Joel Belov, will have its first
meeting Wednesday evening, July
24th at the Y. M. H. A. at 7.30
o'clock preceding the regular
meeting. All are invited.
Glee Club Started
All interested in singing or oth-
er music are urged to get in touch
with Miss Mildred Rubenstein,
chairman of the Y. W. H, A. Glee
Club.
Red Cross Continues
Sewing and knitting is continu-
ing at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms
by the Y. W. H. A. with Mrs.
Gussie Wilson as chairman. All
women who are interested are re-
quested to be present at the club-
rooms every afternoon from 2:00
to 4:00 o'clock.
Gym Classes Meet
The regular gym classes will
again be held every Tuesday eve-
ning with Mr. Mickey Lubel as
director.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 19
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WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
Chicago (WNS)Declaring his
agents had found the mid-west a
"hotbed of fifth column activity,"
Representative Martin Dies, chair-
man of the House Committee in-
vestigating un-American Activi-
ties, disclosed here that he had is-
sued subpoenas for 40 or 50 mem-
bers of "three German and two
Italian organizations."
Though he refused to name the
organiz ations under investiga-
tion, Mr. Dies said that they had
been under his committee's sur-
veillance for the past six months.
"They are as bad as anything in
Europe," the Congressman said.
Mr. Dies stopped off here en
route to Austin. Texas, where he
will take charge of an investiga-
tion of fifth column activities
along the Mexican border. He
promised "big surprises" regard-
ing the part which Mexico plays
as a "focal point of Nazi propa-
ganda."
New York (WNS)Joseph Mc-
Williams. Fascist candidate for
Congress from the heavily Ger-
man populated Yorkville district
on a strictly anti-Semitic plat-
form, was arrested here, charged
with "inciting to riot," during a
violently anti-Semitic street meet-
ing.
Police intervened when McWil-
liams. admittedly, is going to do
for America what Hitler has done
for Germany, challenged Jews in
his audience to attack him. The
Fascist leader warned: "My
strong-arm men can beat any of
you!"
During his address, McWilliams
BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every week in the year and
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning October 20, 1940, end-
ing Sunday morning, May 25th,
1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNING--
Temple Israel Sisterhood Sew-
ing Classes benefit Red Cross,
at Kaplan Hall.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN-
INGNational Council of Jew-
ish Women Miami Section Leg-
islation and Study Groups at
the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler
EVERY THURSDAY AFTER-
NOONY. W. H. A. Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross at
Y Clubrooms.
JUNE
30Beth David Sisterhood annual
Picnic. Hardie's Casino.
30Sisterhood of Miami Beach
Community Center Mah Jong
and Card Party at Center.
1B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball
benefit Red Cross Refugee
Fund. Civic Center, 9 p. m.
4Workmen's Circle Branch
C92, Moonlight Sail.
4National Council Jewish Jun- .
iors, all day Picnic, Matheson
Hammock.
CLadies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Theatre Party.
7I-adies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Theatre Pail v.
7Y. M. H. A. Radio Program
WIOD.
10Beth David Sisterhood Moth-
er and Daughter
Beth David Talmud Torah, 12
o'clock
Calendar
of Events
The Greater Miami Date
Clearance Bureau, conceived
for the benefit of all organi-
zations in Greater Miami,
depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation
of every group in the com-
munity. Dates for next
week's issue should be in the
office by Wednesday morn-
ing. To avoid possible con-
fusion and overlapping, offi-
cers of organizations arc re-
quested to notify this bu-
reau of tentative dales as
early as possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21
S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone
2-1141, which conducts the
bureau for all organizations,
is ready to serve any time in
tlu> matter of clearing dates.
21Workmen's Circle Affair
Date announced.
22Junior Division Y. M. H. A.
Watermelon Party.
AUGUST
1Workmen's Circle Affair
Date announced.
isWorkmen's Circle Affair-
Date announced.
Luncheon, 20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregat on
Boat Ride.
lo Junior Division Y. M. H. A. SEPTEMBER
oi Skating fany Venetian Rink. 15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
-.!. *V. FmUy.Supper | "ah Orthodox Congregation
Evening of Games.
Miami Beach Habonoth Meet
and Card Party at" Y, ":30
p. m.
ing every Monday night start-
ing this date.
22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Synagogue Dedica-
tion. _
25National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section open-
ing Fall Meeting. Board
.Meeting 10 a. m. followed by
luncheon and general meet-
ing.
OCTOBER
5Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men
and Women's Divisions, Open-
ing Meeting.
'20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
27Beth Jacob Religious School
Induction Exercises.
30National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
NOVEMBER
1Ami every Friday thereafter
through the month of April.
National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section gener-
al melting.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregttion
Cafeteria Supper.
! 20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Gongregation
Membership Tea.
27National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
DECEMBER
I .National Council of Jewish
Women General Meeting 2
p. m.
-ii Miami Beach Habonoth Chan-
ukah Entertainment.
28 Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
2S-Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
29Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh
Party.
London (WNS)Incensed over
reports that close to 150,000 Jews
in Palestine have offered their
services to the British Govern-
ment in its war against Nazi Ger-
many and Fascist Italy, the of-
ficial radio in Rome has warned
Palestine Jews to be mindful of
the fact that British rule over the
Holy Land will soon be ended and
that Italy will henceforth govern
Palestine.
GOING
OUR WAY?
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RECLINING-
SEAT
COACHES
WORLD'S FAIR-
Round Trip
In Coaches
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On* War from Miami-In Coach**
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plete demobilization of French
land, sea and air forces and Nazi
occupation of more than half of
said that, if elected, he would drive France, stipulates also:
the Jews from America and as- | ..A Qnnm pHson).rs of w
sured his listeners that he would are to bt, re,e>8ed_ ^ From.h
jeopardy of their lives, diplomatic litical and civic leaders among the
circles here said. refugees would be sent into the
It was pointed out that the peace Nazi-occupied area of France
terms, which provide for the com- j "here they will face long prison
terms, if not outright execution.
The number of Jewish refugees
who succeeded in escaping Prance
suppress all minorities. His cam-
paign speech was punctuated with
praise for Hitler, Lindbergh, Hen-
ry Ford and Father Coughlin.
Refugees Plight
Uncertain in Light
Of Armistice Terms
London (WNS)A relatively
unimportant clause in the Nazi
armistice terms accepted by the
new French government has placed
approximately 42000 Jewish refu-
ge, s from Greater Germany irr
Britain Drafts
Men and Property
government is to hand over all
German subjects indicated by the
German government who are in
France or French overseas terri-
tory."
Diplomats here were of the opin-
ion that Jews who fled Germany
or Poland and escaped into France
may now be returned to Germany. | made subject to the call <
They said that the refugees, al-
though not citizens of Germany,
were considered German subjects.
Though it was generally be-
lieved that Hitler would not de-
mand the return of all the German
before Premier ivtain asked Ger-
many for peace was said to bt
small.
Jewish names will shortly lie re-
named, it was announced.
The Jewish Home for the Aged
in Holland, describe as one of the
finest institutions of its kind, has
been requisitioned by the Nazis
for military purposes, it was
learned here.
Jewish refugees, it appeared cer-
tain that outspoken anti-Nazis, po-
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J. M. LIPTON, President
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The manpower and material
resources of Palestine have been
the
British -Government in war. An
extraordinary issue of the Pales-
tine Gazette carried a telegraphic
amendment from the Colonial of-
fice supplementing the emergency
powers of the Colonial Defense
Act.
It empowers the High Commis-
sioner to introduce conscription of
the inhabitants and property of
Palestine for the defense and
maintenance of public order and
the efficient prosecution of any
war in which the King is engaged;
or for the maintenance of sup-
plies or services essential for the
life of the community.
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy!As a result of representa-
tions made by the Jewish Agency. [
the Palestine government has
agreed to release from internment
Italian Jews for whose loyalty the
Jewish Agency is ready to pro-
vide guarantees.
These Jews were seized on June
11th when the police and military
authorities rounded up Italian
subjects following the declaration
of war by Mussolini.
Funds will be raised and devoted
to the wartime needs of the
Yishuv.
RICHMOND....... 16 OO
WASHINGTON...... 17 90
BALTIMORE....... 18 70
PHILADELPHIA...... 20 60
BOSTON nli til.) 27.90
PITTSBURGH...... 23 95
BUFFALO........ 26 CO
TAMPA......... 3.90
JACKSONVILLE...... S 50
ATLANTA........ 10.40
CHICAGO........ 23.30
NEW ORLEANS...... 14 75
CINCINNATI.......17 75
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land, according to reports received \
here. The mayors of Amsterdam,
Rotterdam and The Hague have
issued decrees compelling Jewish I
shop owners to take in "Aryan" j
managers.
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every Saturday. Streets bearing
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sL PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 19 in WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS Chicago (WNS)—Declaring his agents had found the mid-west a "hotbed of fifth column activity," Representative Martin Dies, chairman of the House Committee investigating un-American Activities, disclosed here that he had issued subpoenas for 40 or 50 members of "three German and two Italian organizations." Though he refused to name the organiz ations under investigation, Mr. Dies said that they had been under his committee's surveillance for the past six months. "They are as bad as anything in Europe," the Congressman said. Mr. Dies stopped off here en route to Austin. Texas, where he will take charge of an investigation of fifth column activities along the Mexican border. He promised "big surprises" regarding the part which Mexico plays as a "focal point of Nazi propaganda." New York (WNS)—Joseph McWilliams. Fascist candidate for Congress from the heavily German populated Yorkville district on a strictly anti-Semitic platform, was arrested here, charged with "inciting to riot," during a violently anti-Semitic street meeting. Police intervened when McWilliams. admittedly, is going to do for America what Hitler has done for Germany, challenged Jews in his audience to attack him. The Fascist leader warned: "My strong-arm men can beat any of you!" During his address, McWilliams BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week in the year and Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941. EVERY MONDAY MORNING-Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON—Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. JUNE 30—Beth David Sisterhood annual Picnic. Hardie's Casino. 30—Sisterhood of Miami Beach Community Center Mah Jong and Card Party at Center. 1—B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball benefit Red Cross Refugee Fund. Civic Center, 9 p. m. 4—Workmen's Circle Branch C92, Moonlight Sail. 4—National Council Jewish Jun. iors, all day Picnic, Matheson Hammock. C—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Theatre Party. 7—I-adies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Theatre Pail v. 7—Y. M. H. A. Radio Program WIOD. 10—Beth David Sisterhood Mother and Daughter Beth David Talmud Torah, 12 o'clock Calendar of Events The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be in the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations arc requested to notify this bureau of tentative dales as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in tlu> matter of clearing dates. 21—Workmen's Circle Affair— Date announced. 22—Junior Division Y. M. H. A. Watermelon Party. AUGUST %  1—Workmen's Circle Affair— Date announced. is—Workmen's Circle AffairDate announced. Luncheon, 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregat on Boat Ride. lo— Junior Division Y. M. H. A. SEPTEMBER oi S k a tin g fany Venetian Rink. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-.!. *V. £• FmUy.Supper | "ah Orthodox Congregation Evening of Games. Miami Beach Habonoth Meet and Card Party at" Y, ":30 p. m. ing every Monday night starting this date. 22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue Dedication. 25—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall Meeting. Board .Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening Meeting. '20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Induction Exercises. 30—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. NOVEMBER 1—Ami every Friday thereafter through the month of April. National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section general melting. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregttion Cafeteria Supper. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Gongregation Membership Tea. 27—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. DECEMBER •I .National Council of Jewish Women General Meeting 2 p. m. -ii Miami Beach Habonoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28 Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 2S-Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 29—Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh Party. London (WNS)—Incensed over reports that close to 150,000 Jews in Palestine have offered their services to the British Government in its war against Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, the official radio in Rome has warned Palestine Jews to be mindful of the fact that British rule over the Holy Land will soon be ended and that Italy will henceforth govern Palestine. GOING OUR WAY? COOL, AIRCONDITIONED RECLININGSEAT COACHES WORLD'S FAIRRound Trip In Coaches Miami-New York On* War from Miami-In Coach** NEW YORK $ 22.40 *40^ plete demobilization of French land, sea and air forces and Nazi occupation of more than half of said that, if elected, he would drive France stipulates also: the Jews from America and as| .. A „ Qnnm pHson) rs of w „ sured his listeners that he would are to bt re e>8ed ^ From h jeopardy of their lives, diplomatic litical and civic leaders among the circles here said. refugees would be sent into the It was pointed out that the peace Nazi-occupied area of France terms, which provide for the comj "here they will face long prison terms, if not outright execution. The number of Jewish refugees who succeeded in escaping Prance suppress all minorities. His campaign speech was punctuated with praise for Hitler, Lindbergh, Henry Ford and Father Coughlin. Refugees Plight Uncertain in Light Of Armistice Terms London (WNS)—A relatively unimportant clause in the Nazi armistice terms accepted by the new French government has placed approximately 42000 Jewish refuge, s from Greater Germany irr Britain Drafts Men and Property government is to hand over all German subjects indicated by the German government who are in France or French overseas territory." Diplomats here were of the opinion that Jews who fled Germany or Poland and escaped into France may now be returned to Germany. | made subject to the call < They said that the refugees, although not citizens of Germany, were considered German subjects. Though it was generally believed that Hitler would not demand the return of all the German before Premier ivtain asked Germany for peace was said to bt small. Jewish names will shortly lie renamed, it was announced. The Jewish Home for the Aged in Holland, describe as one of the finest institutions of its kind, has been requisitioned by the Nazis for military purposes, it was learned here. Jewish refugees, it appeared certain that outspoken anti-Nazis, poINSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS mJOStt SAYTKCS totTua LOAMS DUDE FEDERAL snvmes ano Loan assocmTion or mmmi 46 If. E. First avenue at the corner of Fint street LOW 0 OIT LONG TIBMI Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The manpower and material resources of Palestine have been the British -Government in war. An extraordinary issue of the Palestine Gazette carried a telegraphic amendment from the Colonial office supplementing the emergency powers of the Colonial Defense Act. It empowers the High Commissioner to introduce conscription of the inhabitants and property of Palestine for the defense and maintenance of public order and the efficient prosecution of any war in which the King is engaged; or for the maintenance of supplies or services essential for the life of the community. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency!—As a result of representations made by the Jewish Agency. [ the Palestine government has agreed to release from internment Italian Jews for whose loyalty the Jewish Agency is ready to provide guarantees. These Jews were seized on June 11th when the police and military authorities rounded up Italian subjects following the declaration of war by Mussolini. Funds will be raised and devoted to the wartime needs of the Yishuv. RICHMOND 16 OO WASHINGTON 17 90 BALTIMORE 18 70 PHILADELPHIA 20 60 BOSTON nli til.) 27.90 PITTSBURGH 23 95 BUFFALO 26 CO TAMPA 3.90 JACKSONVILLE S 50 ATLANTA 10.40 CHICAGO 23.30 NEW ORLEANS 14 75 CINCINNATI 1 7 75 Similar low hirt lo ill point*. 104* REDUCTION in round trip coach far.-on the Seaboard S?>tna ALSO NEW IOW COACH FAKES lo all pointt north of Waihingloo ALI.-KXPENSE TOIKS TO y. Y. WORLD'S FAIK Economical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent about tours via Seaboard. Conault Ticket Agent or T. W. Luolcett, A.G.P.A., 173 H Filler SlrerL, Miami. Telephone: J-8 •>! GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! 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FRirm* Jl'NE 2", 10'0 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PACE FIVE 4 SOCIETY %  \N! PROMINENT lOl I'l.E HNUAttJfD I ;:1 Jewry was pleasantly surprised last week when announcewas made of the engagement of Doris Cromet to E. Albert I'allot. Doris is the daughter of Mr. PHLm BEACH [101K Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodmark art' vacationing in New York. Mrs. Sol Rubin was a recent visitor in Miami. chusetts Bar, Senior Warden of Coconut Grove Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Mason and Mahi Shrine; a life member and past president of the Y. M. H. A., and ,r aml Mrs Si,m A Goldstein member of the Board of Governors f Birmingham, Alabama, were of that Club; past president of B reetin their local friends reSholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and cent, yMr. and Mrs. Goldstein and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, prominpresent Monitor of that organiza, l m,,,,| v resided here, where they neer Miamians, and is a tion, and was recently elected to were motive in community, religof Mana-Zucca, famous the committee of the Southern ioua and 80cial affairs. ser and pianist. Miss CromDistrict Grand Lodge; he is an Miss Adaline Goldstein has en's rolled in tin 1 summer session of the University of Miami. Miss Goldstein is on the faculty of Northboro school. WORLD FIGURE FAST TRAIN SCHEDULE TO MAINE INAUGURATED Mr. and Mrs. O. 1'. Gruner and children have departed for New York where they will join their eliler daughter. Roslyn, who has been visiting relatives. Later Mr. |Gruner will attend the Boy's National Singles Tennis Tournament, in which his son, Stanley, will compete. Young Gruner recently won the Boy's Southern Singles Tourney. Effective June 21st the Pennsylvania Railroad will place their new do luxe all-coach train 'The East Wind," in service between Washington, D. C. and Portland, New York (WNS)—Calling upMaine, this train affording conon the American people '"to learn nectfon at Washington with the the lessons of Europe," Dr. Na| northbound schedule of the Silver hum Goldmann, chairman of the Meteor operating from Miami administrative committee of the daily. World Jewish Congress, who arI This ,w service will now afrived in the United States last || "'


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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JUNE 2R. 1910 wjewtisln floridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2978 PLAUT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue r J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager ) altered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUBSCRIPTION One year ... Mix Months .._ $ e.oo $1.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 26 on the topic "The Rcdcdication to the Ideals of Americanism." Mr. Wilcox informs us that there are an estimated five million people in the United States at this time who are boring from within and who would seek to destroy our form of government, and for it. substitute the tyranny and state of barbarism now crushing the peoples of Europe. If we are to radedicate ourselves to the ideals of Americanism and be true patriots, it is not only necessary to salute tlic flag and to tip our hat when it goes by but we must rally behind our government which is seeking to protect us and when called upon to contribute to the cause of rearming and defending this country, we must give and give gladly. We must put aside all selfish desires and make sacrifices for the common good. An Ann ric an Flag was presented to the Lodge by A. Louis Mechlowitz by the Americanization committee, and accepted by our president, Jack Abbott. Speaking of contributing, we are right in the midst of an appeal for funds by the greatest humanitarian agency in the world, the Red Cross. Sholem Lodge is trying to help the Red Cross raise its quota in this city and is sponsoring a Humanity Ball to be held at Civic Center, Monday %  night. July 1 Make up a party of your family and friends and come well represented to B'nai Thus, the adoption by King Carol of an admittedly pro-Axis B'rith's trcatcst undertaking and line ran be rated as a consequence of the defeat of France. The promake it a success for the Red Germans in Kumania are riding high because they have the support Czpss. of a power which is spreading its domination throughout most of • • • Europe. DEVELOPMENTS IN RUMANIA Every victory of Nazi arms is accompanied by some bloodless iumphs Each time Hitler demonstrates his capacity for destrucion, the fear that is generated results in the extension of his nee into some country as vet uninvaded. Sholem Lodge wishes to extend its thanks to the V. M. II. A. for the splendid manner in which they cooperated with our committee in helping with the Patriotic Rally program and for their gracious hospitality in offering us the faThis development is a victory for the pro-Nazi anti-Semitic Iron eility of their meeting grounds. Guard, which had been agitating for alignment with Germany and | • • • W. Italy. A new amnesty freed the last of the imprisoned Guardists and Brother Rudy R. AdleT was host it was expected that Iron Guard leaders would be included in a revamped to a splendid group of Miami and Carol dissolved the National Renaissance Front and established a single new totalitarian party called "Party of the Nation." The party bars Jews as members and will follow an anti-Semitic policy. "We are going with the Axis." said Curentul, authoritative Bucharest newspaper. cabinet. These events are an unmitigated catastrophe for the KtMI.000 Jews Of Rumania. The developments mean that Rumania will be subject to Hitler's wishes in matters affecting the Jews, thst the Iron (Juard will be able to reintensify its campaign for the extermination of Rumania*! Jews. But the events in Rumania cannot be judged in a vacuum. They arc a part of Hitlerism. And such things will continue to happen until Hitlerism—the source of the infection—is crushed. If B'NAI B'RITH NOTES by Harold Turk attended the Patriotic at least annthi r half hour ... I am sure a good time was had by IIIIIIB To Brother Jimmie Leonard ^**q(AjP*V goes credit for the originality of the skit and he is to be especially commended for writing, participating in and directing the skit and for having done all three phases in splendid fashion we might also add a vote of thanks to his wife who is partly responyou attended tne Patriotic < .,, ., ,. ., ..... I sible for the origin of the skit Rally sponsored by the American, .. ., ___ ... !>•„ D'_:.U I aru who so patiently remained a widow during the two or three ization Committee of B'nai B'rith and held at the Y. M. H. A. last Tuesday night, you would have, during the course of two or three hours, lived through a period of over one hundred sixty years in American history. Miami Beach Jewry at his home last Sunday afternoon. He had as his guest former Governor Dave SholtZ, who spoke on world conditions and who endorsed the Red Cross drive and the Humanity Ball that B'nai B'rith is sponsoring. Brother Adler is to be commended for his energeteic untiring and sincere efforts in behalf of B'nai B'rith and other organizations. Brother Pallot Enlists in the army of "disciplined husbands to be." under the captainship of the lovely and charming Doris Cromer and so the bow was drawn, the arrow shot forth and the heart of our erstwhile president was pierced ... in a personal interview with Brother Pallot, your editor was informed by Brother Pallot that he is the happiest man in the world, that he was marrying the sweetest and most charming girl in the world, and that he considered himself weeks that Jimmie actually spent his days and nights to make the 'the most fortunate man alive Patriotic Rally program a sue-j And, he added! "1 had Doris sign cess Along with him and work |an application blank for numbering most of the time was Brother Lhip to the Ladies Auxiliary of Al Mechlowitz. whose wife also By. means of a magic carpet ; spen t a period of widowhood in the form of a radio skit the auj Appreciation to Brothers Mark dience was carried back to the ; peinberg and Louis Heiman who year 17T. r > and the Continental participated in the skit (I did too) ingress ... on to the signing of > aml to Brother F.lry Stone, chaire Declaration of Independence the drawing up of the Conitution of the United States rough the trying period of the Civil War and finally arriving at the period of the first World War. Evidently the Program Committee for the Patriotic Rally invoked divine assistance so that there would be no rain during the program hut they made a mistake in not stretching it a bit so that the rain would have held off for man of the Americanization Committee, who helped guide the program and Brother Dr. B. B. Berkeley for his suggestions and the use of his home as a testing ground, and to all of the other members of the Americanization committee and to anyone else that participated, that I might have omitted through inadvertance. We were singularly honored by the presence of the Hon. Mark Wilcox, who spoke so sincerely, informatively and inspiringly upStrictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (ST PEINXAI J. MRON) Sholem I-odge and what's more she will be one of the in ture presidents of the Ladies Auxiliary." We welcome the new relationship and on behalf of Sholem Lodge and countless other thousands of people I want to extend best wishes to Brother Pallot and Sister (eleetl Doris I romer, for a glorious future. • Flash* Flash! Last minute news ... I just received word from Brother Jimmie Leonard that Station WKAT has requested that the Americanization Committee re-enact their radio skit for their network this)coming Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock. WAR ECHOES Believers in the occult will be happy to learn that Nostradamus, the Jewish physician who nearly four centuries ago foretold all sorts of historic events that actually came to pass, predicted not only the ris,. of Hitler and Mussolini but their eventual defeat It's a young general ho will make his appearance near the Rhone River in France whom the seer has picked as the man who will finish Hitler Latest Broadway appellation for Nazis is "Sons of blitzkreigs." familiarly shortened to "sons of blitzes" And in local fistic circles the*impression is that Hitler's war machine won't be doing so well from now on because it's Mussolini-bound Did you know that Leslie Howard's son. who is serving England as a member of a mine-sweeper's crew. was born during an air raid in the first world war? Now they promise the release of Charlie Chaplin's "The Dictator" by the end of August Meaning, we hope, that by that time it'll again be possible to laugh at Hitler with a clear conscience HEAR YE It's beginning to look as if this war won't end without the formation of another Jewish Legion The Revisionist leader Vladimir Jabotinsky and Britain's Colonel J. H. Patterson are planning a revival of the unit they led in Palestine in the last world war, and hope to get Uncle Sam's permission to recruit in this country And one Joseph Otmar Hefter, who heads what he calls the Nai Juda Movement, is seeking volunteers for 'an American-Jewish Border Regiment for the defense of America and American Democracy" The latest proposal for the creation of harmony at the Zionist Convention, which openthis weekend, is the establishment of a Collegium that would include Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Solomon Goldman. Iuis Lipsky, E. Kaufman and Dr. Israel Goldstein Rabbis on the lookout for good material for some pretty hot sermons are advised to watch for Dr. Emanuel Lasker's "Community of the Future." which is being published next week ... It contains a chapter on Jewish leadership that will arouse a great deal of comment THIS AND THAT The report is that the newly formed "American-Fifth-Column Committee" in New York's Yorkville section is sponsored by the Na/i Bund ... If true, this means that the patriotic-sounding title is merely a blind for a Fifth Column recruiting office Winchell, debunking (ieorge Sylvester Yiereck's claim that he is not a Nazi propagandist, recalls that in 1884 Viereck testified before a Congressional Committee that he was paid S.'iOO a month by the German Consul in New York for public relations work ... A new book in the making is said to be able to tell an interesting story Did you know that "Pins man industrialist who no longer is on good terms with the Fuehrer ... As one of those who helped to bring Itadolf to power Thyssen ought to be abzle to tell an interesting story Did you know that "Pins and Needles." the International Ladies' Garment Workers' review which amused audiences for over two and a half years with its lampooning of dictators, had the longest run on record for musical show '.' show? ... INVESTIGATION NEEDED Jewish relief organizations who are helping refugees from Hitlerism to get into various Latin American countries should check into the following story concerning a Caribbean republic that has lately been much in the news as a haven for 1 ws in search of a home The story deals with a German Jewish couple who managed to salvage part of their very considerable fortune, so that they are by no means destitute and would never become public charges This couple had obtained immigration permits for the Dominican Republic, and because a rather long waiting period had to ehipse before they could enter thai land they came to the U. S. on transit visas, to await their return A couple of weeks ago, when their waiting-time was nearly up, they visited the Dominican Consulate to complete the necessary formalities and get their actual visas Everything seemed all right until the Consul asked whether these prospective immigrants were Jewish, and got an affirmative answer "I'm sorry," he then said, with what appeared to be genuine regret, "but my country cannot admit any more Jews" YOU SHOULD KNOW With the Presidential campaign approaching, Bernard G. Richards has been drafted back to the National Democratic Committee He will probably again lead the foreign language section of the Democratic campaign We're not at all surprised at the news that a Na/i government official, whose name is said to IKLee Habicht, has the special job of directing anti-Koosevelt propaganda in these United States Clare Boothe. who has just returned to our shores from the war zone, declares she „„ longer likes the first act of her highly successful "Margin for Error." because in that part of the play the Na/i villain of the piece is still alive Broadway, incidentally, is c\pecting a war play from her for next season ABOUT PEOPLE Native Land" ig the tentative title for the documentary film for which Mare Blitzstein Will write the music ... Its theme is civil liberties Alia Nazimova, who has a long and glorious stage career behin.l her. now can look forward to a Hollywood come-back with a bang • • rhe work she has been doing in Escape," her first movie assignment gmce the talkies came in, has the film executives goggle-eyed with enthusiasm Garson Kanin, Hollywood's current miracle man. chums that the o„ly reason why Samuel Goldwyn hired him to direct Pictures ,„ the first place is because Mr. (i. thought he saw a strorg Pl.ysieul resemblance between Kanin and the late Irving Thalberg Novelist Irvmg Pineman has invaded a new field, that of columning • %  • It s in the Bennington. Vermont Banner that you can read him. W



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FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1940 fKK JEWiU PAGE MI It KB \ % CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-498 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1475 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. in. late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. re. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. Civic League Installs Officers m. Sunday School -unday 10:00 a. m. Mar-Mitzvah liroup, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. Talmud Torah W c urge parents who have not : %  yel registered their children i %  • i" the summer semester of our daily Hebrew School to please do without further delay. Classes are held daily from 8 to 12 a. m. Annual Sisterhood Picnic The annual picnic of Beth David Sisterhood will be held this eoming Sunday, June .'111 throughout the entire day at Hardie's Casino. Miami Beach. This is the time for numbers and friends to show their loyalty and devotion to our institution. Again we emphasize the fact that the chairman. Mrs. .1. Engler, and her committee, sting of Mesdames Joseph Fine, Isidor Fine. Sol Grief, M. J. Koptiowitz, Harry Mandell. Louis Margulies, Harry Markowits. Std Palmer, Sol Roifort, Jean Seitlin, Hyman Sootin, have spared i><> efforts in arranging to meet the desires of all those who will come and partake of those delicious chicken dinners, as well as a large variety of other provisions. All foods, including cakes will be home made. Bring your family, come early, and stay late, and so Home Phone 2-217* spend a pleasant day with us. Do not forget We shall expect to see you and your family this coming Sunday. June SOth at Hardie's Casino. Mother and Daughter Luncheon Remember your date with us for that .Mother and Daughter luncheon Wednesday afn rnoon. July 10 at the Beth David Talmud Torah. under the chairman ship of Mrs. Sam Ehrlich and co-chairman, Mrs. Louis Margulie* To Attend Grandson's Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger "I" 519 S. W. llth Ave. are leaving this coming Tuesday to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson. Clyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwartz of 3815 Hast 142 Street. Cleveland. Ohio. The Bar Mitzvah will take place July 13. On their return trip they will spend a few weeks with friends at Baltimore, Md. Red Cross Knitting and Sewing Classes The Y. M. II. A. have made arrangements for sewing and knitting classes every Monday from 2 to 4 p. m. All necessities for knitting wit: be supplied. All interested will be made very welcome. If you can spare the time, come atul spend it with us for a real worth-while cause. SOCIETY BAR MITZVAH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mann are announcing the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Ronald, on Saturday, July (ith in New York City at Congregation Adath Israel at Grand Concourse, An invitation is extended to all their friends who may be in New York to be present at this occasion. The Columbus Hotel was the scene of the well attended annual banquet for the installation of offers of the Cjvjc League of am. Beach for the ensuing year. Cart Cardner, chairman of the installation banquet committee of >e Civic League, acted as chairman for the evening. Harry Zukernick. retiring president, thanked the members for their splendid cooperation during the term of his administration and urged the members to continue then sp lr ,ted cooperation with the new administration for the furtherance of the objectives of the League. The membership xpressed appreciation of the services of the retiring president by tendering to him a gift. Jake Ehrlich, retiring secretary, was given a traveling bag in appreciation for the fine work rendered the organization during his administration as secretary. Dr. Leonard II. Finn, the newly elected president, thanked the membership for the honor bestowed upon him and assured the organization that he would continue to carry out the objectives and purposes of the organization, calling upon the members for cooperation so that the Civic League could continue to render its services to the community and to the members of the Civic League. Other officers elected and installed were: Harry Zaret. first vice president; J. Aron Abbott. secon vice president; Henry Ungerleider, secretary; Neil Kars. treasurer. The hoard of directors includes the following members: Simon Cohen, chairman; Charles Tobin. Dr. Irving Gordon, Isadore Zukernick. Harry Zukernick, Carl Gardner, Dr. Edward Both. Stanley HodeS, Sidney Weiss. Harry Sirkin. After the banquet and installation, dancing was enjoyed. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE* BARGAINS! a "We Refuse To Jie Undersold" '155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 TEMPLE ISRAEL i i j 137 N. E. lth Street J R !f', J ^^ H KAPLAN "• "* % %  COLMAN A. ZW.TMAN MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Klth.r or both oi the lUbbl. win b. B th Ttmp „ momin, j f T*„ m > eon.ul: wllh th m OB mattar c<)ncerrilR th j. wl „__£ I | -Kr. or jrur p.i *.n*l problems. Tou will b. .Mur*! .rr.,.t.U I I beartnc nd ..lv.ee. and, needle., bo ,r, c h m.tt.r will .. ta.ld la 1 I Mr let i-.nlmnci. I Office Phone 3-7741 j Congregational 'Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation.' -Hillel Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, June 28th, at 8:15 o'clock, the late services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sisterhood All ladies are urged to attend on Monday mornings at !::!0 o'eloek in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel to participate in the sewing project for the Red Cross. Cochairmen of this wor.hy project are Mrs. Harry Boyell and Mrs. Samuel Katz. Both sewing ana knitting are done. In Mcnioriam "May the Father of Peact send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bcc.ivcd among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Solomon Optner, father of Mrs. Ida Optner; Jacob Snetman, lather of Mr. Louis Snetman. JR. COUflCIL [US By Bette Sir Hey there, folks! Not th it I doubt your memory, but aftei all could you forget the | icnic of the National Council of wish Juniors? Of course not! Starting out promptly at 10:00 tn. from the corner of llth St et and Jefferson Avenue (Fl .lingo Park entrance* on July ih of this year we will all drive I i Matheson Hammock Park fi a day full of fun. There will 6 transportation facilities for everyone; come on girls. come on boys, join us and have a grand time. This isn't necessarily a date affair but don't you men think that you better find yourselves some gall who can really took anil have them pack a good lunch for you'.' Certainly you do! However, socalled bachelor boys are welcome to come and vie with the girls in their cookery. After all. no lunchee. no eatee. For any ami all information regarding the picnic you might phone Miss Charlotte Dreyfus at either 5-2706 or ."'-'J2^:.. Leonard Rosenblum, the chairman of the sports committee, has something up his sleeve and hi' has everyone who knows he is holding such a secret curious. Various sports, such as swimming, ball playing, etc. Will he featured So. till we me.-; on Thursday July 4th. at ten o'clock in thi morning at the Eleventh Strea Flamingo Park entrance toodle doo. SOCIETY PATRIOTIC RALLY HUGE SUCCES8 More than five hundred peopli attended the Patriotic Rally sponsored by Sholem Lodge H'mu B'rith, last Tuesday night at th V. M. II. A. athletic field. Hon J. Mark Wilcox was the guest speaker of the evening and James LeODard was chairman of the affair. 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PAG1 SIX FLOUMAV FRIDAY, JUNE-28, 1§J| MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 I. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNKR, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Cwirt; Phone 3-6192 [ by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this newspaper) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Third Street, Miami Beach Washington Avenue and I MOIF.S MESCHELOFF. R.bfcl U Michigan Amu. Pbon* > UIJ I : MAURICE MAMCHB.8. Ca >4 KucJid Annua SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 6:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 6:80 p U. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 6 p. rn. Shalush Sudei: 5:16 p. m. of the opportunity of aiding our Auxiliary projects and at the same time enjoy a pleasant evening's entertainment. Maze! Tov Greetings We arc most happy to extend our very sincere and heartfelt Mazel Tov greetings to our own E. Albert Pallot, vice president of our Congregation upon his betrothal to Miss Doris Cromer. The Congregation and the Auxiliary Synagogue Dedication The splendid progress of our synagogue has entitled us to set n tht Rabbl and the Rebbetten the Hate of dedication for Sundav ''" wlshi "K this splendid young cou' had on a ong yellow coat And %  ;t„ „* <. v.> ;„„„ „„J To sav 'Now vou know that isn't ife of joy, happiness and ...... „ H e .v... -v:u u„ The Lying Child Most misunderstood is the lying child. I didn't do it. I didn't do it. This sort of lie is a defense mechanism, like blinking the eyes or putting out the hand to ward off a fall. Its basis is fear. Start with the fear then in the healing process. The blame lies with you who have deliberately encouraged fear in your child or have failed to instill courage. He must know that nothing is worth a lie. Better always the truth and the consequences. Then there is the other kind of lie due to an overactive imagination. "Oh, mother, I saw a big bird coming in the window and he turned into a funny old man and September 22. Thus we will worship during the High Holidays in our new edifice and pray peace and prosperity may come to this war-torn world. We respectfully request all Jewish organizations to kindly mark this day and refrain from conflicting with our proposed celebration. Ladies Auxiliary ple a glory. Talmud Torah Classes in the Talmud Torah will continue all through the summer months and when Rabbi Kellner leaves for his vacation the classes will be taught by Rabbi Abraham Gluck. Nichum Ovelim true," is to confuse the child. He is honestly hazy about the distinction between real and unreal. Nor need these fancies necessarily be discouraged. They may simply be run into proper channels. \ou may bring the child to slowly recognize the difference between fact and fancy. Then, these fancies can take their place in the constructive fields of art and science. The Inquisitive Child So your child is very inquisitive. We send our comforting words The Ladies Auxiliary has drawn to the family of the late Harold "Other, where do flies fly? Dot's up the calendar for the ensuing Shulman Olov Hasholom and hope j when^ne* comes home'? 'Toes he year and begs to call attention to ] that they may be comforted amidst bring the baby fly toys? Why the first function which will be a the mourners of Zion and Jemsawn >' way and so on and on theatre party on July 6 and 7 at lem. endlessly. You are glad your *u T i TI \r. m t %  | child is eager for information, but the Temple Theatre. Mrs. Victor We chronicle with profound 'you st n se that unfortunately that Mell is chairman of the theatre I grief the passing of the late Mr. I isn't always the case. He plies party and tickets may be obtained Samuel Cohen Olov Hasholom and you witn Questions sometimes beby phoning at 3-1495. We urge all our friends to avail themselves Be Chcntninq—Be Bright Drink MUX. Feel Bight Ask Toar Srsetr iot Gra PURE,.'. JERSEY MIIK PJUftY K „„t „J v J .. cause he is just stalling. Mother, beg to extend to his dear ones the why ,,„ ,J havc t0 K brU sh *£ Congregations deepest sympathy. ] teeth? And perhaps in the mid-a of explaining, the teeth get only a superficial brushing. Sometimes too, he asks questions just to hear himself talk. This is a good thing, although rather trying to the one on whom he is sharpening his wits. For he must form sentences, jungle words, find new thought patterns in order to develop his | intelligence. Child With Convenient Ear Children often feel that their parents talk too much. There is some foundation of truth to their reasoning. For example, in Scolding a child, a parent is very likely to go on and on and on, long after the subject has been thoroughly covered. There are many Objections to this. In the first i place, the effectiveness is ruined if your scolding goes beyond a j certain point. Secondly, you mav frequently magnify a very sim'I pie thing. Thirdly the child will certainly develop a condition of mother deafness by refusing to take seriously anything vou are likely to say. Finally, as you know, talking consumes a great deal of energy and to waste it is kind of foolish, isn t it? You'd be surprised how much of this valuable commodity you can save and how much more peaceful you will feel, if vou cut down on all your necessary lecturing. TORAH AT WEST POINT] A Torah presented by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York, at the baccalaureate service of the Jewish Chapel Squad at the United ) States Military Academy at West Point,recently,in memory of his father, Isaac Mayer Wise, founder of Reform J udaism in America. Synagogue Services Services held thrice a day every day in the week. Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m. Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p m.; Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Jortion of the Week." Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Bar Mitsvah The parents of Joel Saltzman invite everyone to attend the Bar Mitxvah ceremony of their son this Saturday morning. Joel will deliver a Bar Mitzvah address which will be followed by the Rabbi's instruction. Refreshments will be served after the services. Tonsilectomy We are glad to hear that Dorothy Feit is well after the recent removal of her tonsils. God grant her continued health. Radio Hour Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this Sunday at 3:00 p. m. over radio station WIOD. His subject will be a timely one. Guest artists will add to the program. We hope you will listen in. Religious School The study of Rashi has been added to our summer curriculum. The discussion of the Three Weeks, the Nine Days and Shiva Awsawr B'Tamuz is the central theme in the religious work of all classes. We are gratified at the large enrollment of beginners in our summer classes. We still have room for all newcomers. Parents, register your children now They will learn a great deal during these summer months when they are not burdened with any other work. Registration every weekday morning. Red Cross Contribution We are proud to announce that as a result of an appeal ma>: • ir: our synagogue we have been enabled to send over a hundred i'"llars to the local Red Cross for relief work in war torn Europe. FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS 20th Season BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS Separate Camps EAST STROUDSBURG, PA. High in the Focono Mountains ... 90 miles from Philadelphia i0 miles from New York City highest standards in food, care, counselors, medical staff, modern facilities ... an excellent heallh record for the past 20 years the choice of fine Jewi-h families in many cities .patronized by the best Jewish families in Miami and Miami Beach. For further information, communi{ cate with: Mrs. S. Mannheimer, Mannheimer Private School, 10"4 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Rhone 5-13!2. Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. PROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write: RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA CONVENTION SPEAKERS-Secrerary of Interior Harold L Ickes (nght) and Mrs. Irma Lindheim, former national president of Senior Hadassah, will be principal speakers at The ild onnual national convention of Young Judaea, the junior aff,li a ,e of the Zionist Organization of America, to be held July 3 to 7, in the Hotel Southern, Baltimore, Md. Mr. kkes will discuss "American Youth in the Current t-nsis and Mrs. Lindheim will speak on "Frontiers of Hop* tor American Jewry."



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*. FACE TWO THE JEWISH rLORIDIAN FRIDAY, J UNE 28. 19ig §31 KAY U. SHOCHET^Society Editor ass ,gg < i < ss6^C!^5':'^ | i^< < ^* :, ^ <: *^g> ,:, SB ,:, SB<'^>asj LEAVE OK NORTH Mrs. Max Steuer accompanied f her children will leave Sunday I train for Long Island and the ,Jcw York mountains where they will visit for the summer. • • RETURN TO MIAMI Dr. Samuel Aronovitz returned to the city from New York where ke attended the American Medical Association Convention, and r LSI ted relatives and friends. His daughter Arlene, who accompanied him, remained in New York. • • • VISITING HERE Dr. and Mrs. Joel Ehrens of Long Island. New York, are visiting in Miami for a short vacation. Mrs. Ehrens is the former Ruth Axelrod of Miami. • • • RETURN TO II AM I BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Phil Romer re•ntly returned to the city from a isit to New York. • • • LEAVE FOR TRIP Mrs. S. Kenholz and daughter Helene left for New York and the mountains for a two months' visit. Mr. Kenholz will join them in August. • OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman •re receiving congratulations from their many friends upon the observance of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Thursday, June 20th. SEWING MACHINES NEEDED Electric sewing machines are being requested by the volunteer INTERNES IN NEW YORK Dr. Simon M. Lipton, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton, graduated in workers who are sewing in the June from Middlesex School of vestry room of Temple Israel for the Red Cross. Sewing classes take place every Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock, and anyone having a machine that is available or not being used is requested to contact the sewing committee at 2-7745. If these cannot be delivered, they will gladly be called for. BENEFIT TO BE GIVEN Mrs. David H. Lcvine will be hostess to a bingo party to be held Wednesday evening, July 3rd at 8:00 o'clock at her home. 71(5 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables. The proceeds of this affair will go to the Harry and Anna Miller Crippled Children's Home of Umatilla, Fla. Assisting the chairman will be Mesdames E. E. Simmons. Jules Wilson, Hatty Klinordlinger and S. Ehrlich. • • • CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz celebrated their second wedding anniversary at a family gathering at their home. 1802 S. W. 17th St. Sunday. June 23rd. Refreshments and (lancing were enjoyed. • • • ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sonnenklar of Brooklyn, New York, ennounce the engagement of their daughter Shirley to Kenneth Warschoff, son of Mrs. Frances R. Warschoff, of Miami, and Mr. David S. Warschoff of Nassau. GOING^OURWAY? Medicine, visited here with his parent* for several weeks and left ; Wednesday for New York where ihe will interne at the Harbor Ros1 pital in Brooklyn, New York. • • ELECT OFFICERS At the meeting held Tuesday evening of the Workmen's Circle Branch fi'.2 election of officers for the coming year was held. Harry Rose was elected president. Morris Jacobs, financial secretary. Mrs. Anna Levonson, recording secretary; David Gross, treasurer, and Hyman I-aibson and Boris RifIkind, hospitalers for Miami Beach and Miami respectively. Elected to social service committee wire Mrs. Morris Jacobs and Boris Rif1 kind, and to the executive board. Charles Lefko, Sam Kahn, Ben Silver. Abe Solomon. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. B. Rifkind. and Mrs. J, Siegal. The Circle is sponsoring a Moonlight sail July 4th aboard the Yacht Biscayne, leaving Pier 7 'at 0:30 p. m. sharp. Tickets are fifty cents per person and all members and friends are cordially invited to attend. LEAVE FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach will leave for a visit to New York, the mountains and Atlantic Beach. They will return to the city in the fall. • • • VISIT NEW YORK Mrs. Sadie W'einberg and daughter Jeanne will leave Friday for New York where they will visit for several months with relatives and friends. Mrs. Weinherg's son Howard in New York at present will leave for Camp Dellwood in New Jersey July 1. • • • MARRIAGE HELD The wedding of Mrs. Nellie V. Arky to Mr. Abe Weiner was held Sunday in Beth Jacob Synagojjue with Rabbi Moses M.-scheloff officiating. Only the immediate family and close friends were present. • • • MIAMI RESIDENT DIES Joseph Leopold Kaufman. 71. of :>i N. E. 5th Street died Tuesday in a Miami hospital after a long illness. An apartment hotel owner, he came to Miami 11 years ago from Paterson, N. J. and is a member of the Masonic I-> %  .ijr.an 1 Beth David Congregation, He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Rose Kaufman, four daughters. Mrs. Benjamin Weinstock and Mrs. May Gordon, both of Miami; Mrs. Dora Garfunkel of Brooklyn. N. Y.. and Mrs. Beatrice Friedman of Paterson. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday ill the Miami Jewish Funeral Hume with burial following in Woodlawn I'ark cemoetery, The Modern Diesel-electric Way NEW, FASTER SERVICE SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL 24 HOURS ss MINUTES TO NEW YORK THAN PAST WINTER —Air-conditioned, rerlining-seat coaches, Pullman cars, lounge or, modern, Diesel-electric locomotives. New, smooth-riding comfort. No jolu, no jerks, no squeaks, no rattles. Leaves Miami daily 10:30 A.M. SILVER METEOR-DeLuxe coach streamliner. Diesel-electric pow•red. Comfortable, reclining seat reserved for every passenger. Stewardeu-nurse. Dining car. tavern car, lounge-observation car. Radio entertainment. Leaves Miami daily 10:00 A.M. New, improved schedule • Southbound Iv. New York 2:20 I'M., Washington 6:50 P.M. NEW YORK-FLORIDA LIMITED-Rerlining-seat coaches, Pullman cars, lounge car. Lv. Miami daily 9:00 P.M. Consult IT. Lnckett, A.G.P.A., Seaboard Railway, 173 East Fierier Street. Miami. Phtne 2-3125 ALL EXPENSE TO I RS TO N. Y. WOKLliS FAIR via SEABOARD Economical. Complete. Ask any travel Agent. TRAVEL NOW — TAKE A YEAR TO PAY Easy to Arrange. No Red TapeAsk Seaboard Ticket Agent CENTER SPONSORS PARTY The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center at Euclid Avenue and Fourteenth Place will hold a mah jong and card party in the garden of the Cuter Sunday evening. June 30, Tickets are now on sale at fifty cents each. Mrs. Helen Schonfeld, as social chairman, is in charge of the affair. Her assistants are: Refreshment committee, Mrs. Pauline Rosenbluth. Mrs. Sarah Meyer Berman, Mrs. S. W. Ritch, Mrs. Max Fisbein. Mrs. Rose Ginsberg. Hostesses: Mrs. Rose Ginsberg, Miss Blanche Kolsby, Miss Anita Cohen. Miss Doris Cole, Miss Betty Rich. Mr. Lester Ginsberg, Miss Ruth Shapiro. Publicity committee: Mrs. S Kolsby, Mrs. H. Shapiro, Mrs. Flora Fein. Mrs. S. Kluinberg. Mrs. R. Ginsberg. Mrs. E. J. Cohen. Miss Mae Sussman. Table and games committee: Mrs. E. J. Cohen. Mrs. I.ipshitz. Ticket sales: Mrs. Evelyn Owens, Miss Mae Sussman. • • KEITKNS TO CITY Mrs. Blanche Strauss returned to the city, after having spent some time with friends and relatives in Baltimore. • • • STAFF OFFICER IN MIAMI Miss Gertrude Pinski of the national staff of the Council of Jewish Women ig in Miami and may be seai at the Council ofica. TAKE TRIP Mr. Max Rappaport accompanied by his daughter Charlotte. left Tuesday for New Jersey and New York where they will visit for several months, • • • SPINOZA GROUP MEETS Moses Maimondes was the topi. of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's lecture before the Spinoza forum Saturday afternoon marking the sixth lecture on the Golden Age of the Spanish Jews. Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza forum will meet as usual on the lawn at 1069 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach and Dr. Wolfson will continue the story of the life and works of [Maimonides. The forum will continue their Saturday ^afternoon sessions throughout the summer. • • • VACATION IN NORTH Mrs. Nathan Pritzker will leave Saturday for several months visiting her children and family in New York. New Haven and Hartford. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Hr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Ketreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town ho Makes Them 1301 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT The engagement of Miss Josepl Raxin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Raxin, to Louis Adli r. son of Mrs. Samuel Adler of Miami and Mr. Samuel Adler of Newberg, N. Y., is being announced by her parents. M Raxin graduated from Bra High School, attended Broo College, graduated from Brooklyn Academy of Music, and is an complished pianist. She is active in the National Council of Jewish Juniors having served as vice president and secretary; in Junior Hadassah and other social organizations, and was elected Queen Esther at the Purim Ball sponsored by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Mr. Adler attended New York Military Academy, Manual Training at Brooklyn B Tech and is at present connected with the Fleischer Studios. The marriage will take place shortly. • • • SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS Jeanette Serkin, 13 years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bei min Serkin. of 2776 N. W. 62nd St., succumbed to a long illness Tuesday in a Miami hospital. A native Miamian, she is sum by her parents and six brothers, Charles. Solomon. Bernie,. Manuel. Isidore and Reubin. Funeral -• rvices were conducted Wednesday in the Miami Jewish Funeral Home with interment following • in Woodlawn Park Cemetery # COUNCIL LEADER TAKES TRIP Mr<. Benjamin LeVine daughters. Natalie and Micl Marilyn will leave this week a six week's stay in ChicaK". where they will visit relative., friends. Mrs. LeVine is pn of the National Council of Jev Women. REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 3-0828 30* N. W16th Ave. For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles clothing, furniture, etc, tht aj .• not beingused or m iiiease cooperate with the i alee Auxiliary of the Welfare Bureau, ana these articles to the KIM MAi SB STORE main:.. them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mr. L. J. Hart*. 27135 Mrs. Morris Dubler, 53517 Mri Harry Kaufman. 5-4261 and they will be called for WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2162 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver



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_* wJewisli Floridlain %% COMORO r/he Jhewtislh lUmMty VOLUME 13—No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940 JED B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball Monday, Gains Public Acclaim PRICE 10 CENTS s 4 London (WNS) — Rumania's lum-like policies swung com'. OVor I" till' A\ipowers the announcement from Butt that King Carol had disi i the Party of National Reand organized a new totalitarian "Party of the Nation." anti-Semitism one of its principal features. announcement that King had transformed Rumania i totalitarian state with himsupreme head comes shortly the release from prison of all anti-Semitic, proIron Guardists. The Rumanmonarch, who now becomes luntry's dictator, was in conferenci several times with the nan minister. The Party of the Nation, constructed along Nazi-Fascist lines, will be "nationalistic. Christian ;.:,il racial." The new decree exJews from the economic and political life of the country. Rumanian Jews will not be permitted to hold state jobs, accept military positions or sit on boards directors of private or public corporations, It was reliably reported that all trades, industries and professions "ill be nationalshortly, Rumania has a Jewish populaof approximately 600.000, of whom about 250.000 were denationalized by the Citizenship Revision Law of 1938. The outright i of the pro-Nazi Iron Guardists led Jewish circles here i the outbreak of new antiic riots and pogroms. It was reported also that many Iron G lardists, who had fled to Gerare now returning to Kumania. — o Several thousand dollars is ex-| a expectations. l-tedt,MU h r ai-,,ia ; t heculmin"1 ,,„ ,„„ Mwyi .-. ^ ,,,._ •' '"' of thee weeks intensive Aronovitz. "it is necessary to go efforts by Sholem Lodge, B'nai int tads and explain LSions B"th,,n iu sponsorship, on July abroad, nor is it necessary to em1st, oi the Humanity Ball." phasize how fortunate we in this be turned over to the American gations and duties in this emerRe d Cross Refuge* Fund. gency ,„ nsist of ,,„. „.,„., The entire membership haenthe American Red Cross is somerolled ... the drive to dispose Of thing that we are all aware of. tickets, and together with the I would like to call the attention Humanity Ball committee chair,„• the public to the fact that in maned by Abe Aronovitz and asfund-raising affairs the name of sisted by R. R. Adler. Mathew S. the Red Cross cannot be used unHandle,Sam Blank. Leo Eisenless the entire gross poceeds ae stem. I. ; ,ve Emnier. Sol Goldturned over to them. All of our strorn. Hum Grossman. A. Louis expenses are either being contriMcClowitz. Sam B. Miller, and buted or borne by Sholem Lodge, Frederick Shochet, are making a sponsor of this affair. Taking all concert,,! effort in the final few this into consideration, we must days prior to the event, which will face the facts, shoulder the burbeju-ld at ( ivfc Center, to exceed den, and thank God for the priviT0 BREAK GROUND FOR l 4L HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL First shovelful of dirt in the $2.~0,000 building program of the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital and S.hool will be turned al 5 p. m.. Thursday, July 4, as a j part of the observance of the Na| ll holiday. Members of the hospital board, its -pdii-ius. organizations and individuals from all of the ten counties of the South Florida district extending from Vero Beach to Key West, are invited to at' %  • nd the ceremonies which are the first step toward a dream come true. H James Donn will be master of -_,J ""monies and the Hon. J. Mark wilcox, former congressman from the Fourth Florida district, will make the address. A bugler will sound "To the Colors." The Dade County Honor Guard will advance and retire the colors. Boy Scouts of America Will lead in the Saluteto the Flag. Adolph Seerth will lead in singing the National Anthem and God Bless America." Rev. Edward Stathem, Delray Beach, Department Commander, Department Of Florida America Legion, will Pronounce the invocation. Immediately following Mr. Wilcox'a aduress the ceremony of ground %  'leaking will be staged. lege of being able to d i our par;." Civic, social religious and serLondon WNS)—While Fn vice organizations of the communJews and G mn 1 refugees sough ity have joined with B'nai B'rith Lodge, and are cooperating to make the affair succi ssful. Tickets are available from anyone of the committee, and may also be obtained by calling :i-4747 or 3-7768. to flee fallen France, the Nazicontrolled Fr> ncl %  radio launched a violent anti-semitic campaign, urging Frenchmen to unite with their Nazi conquerors to annihilate French Ji u -. The Nazi dominated French (EDITORIAL) i; A Wandering Jew" An old Jew was slowl) trudging down the dusty road. What little cloth he had on his back were unkempt. He had a long white beard and seemed bent fr. fatigue. Perspiration dripped from his brow and bis countenance bore a look of d pair and defeat. He was leaving his City. He was leaving his Country. It was ju t like being reborn at 7.' years of age. Patriarch that he was, he bore his fate unfli: hingly. He as marching on the quicksands of time into an unknown destiny. There behind him in the year 1815 was Spain. It mattered not if this Jew had helped to build this beautiful land with all its religious cathedrals, nor did anyone care about the hardships and the pain and suffering perpetrated upon the family of this pious old Jew. There was Something saintly in the altering, quivering old man. for beside him was his seven year old grandchild. As he stooped over in his feeble way to help the boy. his strength gave out and he collapsed, but was able to go on mumbling in Yiddish, "My child, our Jews have suffered but e have been the Redeemers of the world by the tortures e have borne for mankind. You are a child now. Look down the road. Thousands upon thousands are marching to tind a homeland. They are fleeing to a land—they know not where—without food or drink; beaten, struck and trod upon. Your grandchild must live in a better world. You are to build by your life a symbol to the end that your grandchild may have freedom of worship as God sees fit to give, and the pursuit of happiness, in addition to these the freedom of education, lite and property. May God grant you and all our brethren peace." And so the old man passed away. s-evcnty-tive years have elapsed since his death. The grandchild then, in the transition of life, has become the grandfather, and now by the grace of good fortune, %  Ome of the lineal descendants came to these shores a score ol years ago. These are even as you and all our people in this country. The years 1938, 1939 and 19-10 shall he indelibly impressed in the hearts, souls and minds of every Jew in the world. How true were the words ol the old Jew seeking surceuse from the Spanish Inquisition. Said he. "We are the Redeemers of the world by the tortures we suffer." Millions, not thousands, of our people are scattered throughout Europe, without food or clothing, wounded and infected with disease—afraid to exercise their God-given right to even seek the sustenance of life. There was no American Bed Cross to help the old Jew in the Spanish Inquisition, but today, as a beacon of hope to light the skies of humanity, she is there, asking no questions as to race, creed or color, but doing job of humanity. What a grand heritage we may build for ourselves as a symbol that we of Miami have not been found wanting; that we think in terms of ourselves as Americans willing to give up not thousands of dollars individually, just the price of a cigar a day. or perhaps we would be willing to forego an ice-cream soda that some human being, who but for the grace of God, may have been one of us. might be kept from starving. Your opportunity is here. You may be one of those the old man referred to, "The Redeemers of the World." Our B'nai B"rith has a Humanitv Ball. Sunday, July 1. 1940 at the Civic Center. Make up a party. Bring your friends—that the tears of those suffering may be less. Yours is the chance to be the richer. E Albert Pallet, chairman of '"'" s> char 8"ed *" %  'he Jewi the entertainment division of the Precipitated the war which affair assures those attending an l "'" l "-' ht Fran i to her knees and elaborate program consisting of: l "' -"' ,l Frenchmen i to Virginia Gibson, from Ben MarP en their eyes "' t! '<'"•'• den's Riviera: Avon Sisters, from ls "' th Jewi8h Journalists and Leon & Eddie's, and the Three Exl "' l k a s -" The "• %  advised Gentlemen, through the courtesy tm French people to unite with of the Paddock Club; Harry Rose Germans "to drive Jews out of and carol and Marsh through the France^ and to confiscate their courtesy of the Belmont Club; the wealth." LaMarrs, rhumba and conga Diplomatic circles here believed Team, courtesy of Club Bali. that the Nazis, with the help of the French Fascist appeasement bloc, will attempt to divert the minds of the French public from the bitter Nazi peace terms by at' tributing*the plight of France to the Jews. Meanwhile, reports wen re ceived here of Utter panic and eon fusion in Bordeaux and Toulosi where hundreds of thousands, in eluding many .lews, had fed i the hope of escaping the Nazi terror. An eye witness reports conditions in both cities as "frightful." Thousands of .lews fled to Toulose where the local Jewish relief committees were said to be unable to cope with the great influx of Jews from Paris and other parts of France. Toulose was said to be even more overcrowded than Bordeaux. Many Jews were reported to have committed suicide ill Toulose when they learned that the new French Government has agreed to the Nazi peace terms. Many others sought to reach Spain 01 Portugal. New Group to Restrict Vote New York (WNS)—The American-by-Statesmanship Crusade for the Restricted Franchise, described as a new Fascist organization, is distributing throughout the United States a 'Manifest" urging that the majority of American citizens be deprived of the right to vote, according to The Hour, anti-Fascist weekly. The manifesto exhorts all "intelligent Gentile people" to join in a crusade against "Equality, Fraternity, etc.." the anti-Fascist publication stated. The manifesto, strongly anti-Semitic, implies that among the "inferiors" who should be deprived of the right to vote are the Jewish people, who ''have organized a state within our state which has corrupted Christian economies." The Hour pointed out that the address of the new organization, according to its own stationery, is 218 East 86th Street, N. Y. C. which is also the address of the Hamburg-American and the North German Lloyd Steamship lines.


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FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1910 .THE JEWISH TLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN f> S u Safan offerred this motion, that E. Albert Pallot be duly allowed to engage Miss Doris Cromer. Motion seconded by Nat Blumberg. unanimously passed with heartiest congratulations and best wishes from the Y. M. II. A. and all its affiliates. Congrats to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in selecting Mr. Isaac Joffe as its new executive director. Orchids to Brother Jimmy Leonard and his committee of B'nai B'rith for their splendid Americanization Day Program held at the Y last Tuesday. Orchids to Lefty Schemmer who is leading the North Carolina State League in batting with a 407 average. Lefty's two brothers, [zzy and Max, are starring for the Y Civic team. Art Blatt, an old timer of the Y, got lost in the southwest section last week and wandered into the Y. M. H. A. with a new home camper, namely. Marilyn Clein. daughter of Reuben Clein. Mr. and .Mrs. Milt Friedman are heading for Havana, Cuba to spend their honeymoon and then to Miami to settle down. My congrats to my distant friend Slyer O. Sigal up Orlando way who is doing fine work in organizing an Orlando Y. M. H. A.—Will answer soon. Home Camp Two weeks of activities in our second annual home camp session have shown the need of such a project in Miami. The attendance has increased; new courses have been added. The teaching staff has been enlarged, in short, the success of this enterprise is so amazing that it is the principal topic of discussion everywhere in the city. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the camp, has announced that officers and directors of the various civic organizations of Miami will be invited during the season as our luncheon guests. The first of such luncheons will be held next Monday, July 1st, at which time Judge Walter H. Beckham of the Juvenile Court and his staff will be our guests. Once more we wish to emphasize the fact that the Y. M. H. A. has many underprivileged children that it is sponsoring in the home camp. We again appeal to public spirited citizens to pay for some of the scholarships of these children in order to enable us to carry on and to give them these facilities. Communicate with Mr. Mrs. Ben Serkin, whose daughter, Jeanette has passed to the great beyond. May her soul rest in peace. Y. W. H A. NEWS Family Supper and Card Party Sunday evening, July 21st at 6:00 o'clock is the day when the whole family can really have a delicious supper at the Y Athletic Field, sponsored by the Y. W. H. A., and grown-ups can enjoy card games. This affair promises to be a real family get-together, and the fee is only 50 for adults and 25c for children. Mrs Jean Grossman and he will be glad to Seitlin is ticket chairman for this furnish you more particulars. The following new pupils enrolled this week: Marilyn Clein, Wallace Deutsch, Donna Feldman. Barry Geltner, Marvin Markowitz, gathering, and Mrs. J. Engler is general chairman. Assisting Mrs. Engler are Mesdames Anne Jacobs, Ethel Grossman, Jennie Rotfort. Gussie Margulies, Harry Joseph Mint/.er. Mai shall Alan Mandel, Barbara Greenberg, Anne Pepper, Jerry Pollack, Merrill j Balland, Jennie Levinson, and HyRaye, Alvin Rotenberg, Phyllis man Sootin. Keep the date open CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturer! Cementine Wall Coating Cementine Clear Water Proofing Cementine Colored Cement Cementine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-4234 Rotenberg, Reuben Serkin, Sandra Simon, Walter Traurig. Don Wray and Phyllis Rosen. Kadio Program, July 7 Through the courtesy of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami the Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a radio program on station WIOD on Sunday afternoon, July 7, 1940. Installation The Y. W. and Y. M. H. A. are planning a joint installation of officers within the next few weeks. The Y. M. II. A.'s committee is composed of the following: Mathew S. Handler, chairman; Al Pallot, Henry Hohauser, Lou Safan. Joseph A. Berman and William Shayne. The installation committee of the Y. W. II. A. is composed of the following: Mrs. Jennie Levinson, chairman; Mrs. Esther Saffer. Mrs. Jean Seitlin, and Mrs. l

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